Q: What does it mean when the terms in a ratio are equal?

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They are multiples of the same number.

If you mean: 72/24 then it is 3/1

If they are both zero, the the fraction is undefined. Otherwise it means that the ratio is equal to one.

It is a real number that can be expressed as a ratio of two integers.

It means a ratio from which all common factors have been removed: in much the same way as a fraction may be simplified.

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They are multiples of the same number.

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.

Expressed as a ratio in its simplest terms, 105:150 is equal to 7:10, or seven to ten.

Expressed as a ratio in its lowest terms, 120:390 is equal to 4:13.

It mean the equivalence ratio is equal to 1.

Expressed as a ratio in its simplest form, 50:24000 is equal to 1:480.

By dividing both halves of the ratio 32:56 by eight, to get it to its simplest terms, this is equal to 4:7 - or 4 to 7.

examplle: 3 cats and 10 dogs ratio of dogs to cats= 10/3

If you mean: 20/24 then it is 5/6

If you mean: 72/24 then it is 3/1

No it is not equal to a ratio.

Mean and average are the same.