Expected phenotypic ratios are always the same: 3:1. Expected genotypic ratios are always the same: 1:2:1.
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1:2, 2:4, 4:8, 6:12 a equivalent ratios compares units that are the same.
The ratios a/b and c/d form a proportion is if their simplified forms are the same, or equivalently, if a*d = b*c
The two ratios are said to be equal when even if we multiply both terms by the same number or divided both terms , the equivalent fraction or simplest fraction is the same.
1 - Activity ratios 2 - Profitability ratios 3 - Liquidity ratios
1 - Activity Ratios 2 - Liquidity ratios 3 - Profitability ratios
To write equal ratios multiply both terms by the same number or divided both terms. For example, 2/ 9 is a ratio equal ratio will be 4/18. There is no difference between equal ratios and equivalent ratios.
If we are talking ratios, then no. 14 to 10 is the same as 14/10 or 7/2. 7/2 is 3.5.
TYPES OF RATIOS 1:2 1 out of 2 1/2
1 - Actiivty raios 2 - turnover ratios 3 - Profitability ratios 4 - Liquidity Ratios