Such a fraction need not exist. Consider, the measures of temperature:0 deg Celsius = 32 deg Fahrenheit. The fraction is 0/32 = 0.
5 deg C = 41 deg F so the fraction is 5/40 = 1/8.
-17.77... deg C = 0 deg F and the fraction is not defined!
Such a fraction makes sense only if both measurements are on a ratio scale. If that is the case then - and only then - the fraction is a conversion factor.
A rate that compares two equivalent measurements is a conversion rate.
a ratio.... of course!!
There is no particular name unless the two measurements are on absolute scales. For example, the fraction 5/41 compares the equivalent temperatures: 5 deg Celsius and 41 deg Fahrenheit. But the equivalent fraction 10/82 does not compare equivalent temperatures since 10 deg C = 50 deg F. So the fraction has no particular meaning and so no name.
It may be called the conversion factor.Note, however, that this only works when both measurements are absolute measurements, or equivalently, the measurement is on a ratio scale. For example, a fraction representing equivalent Fahrenheit and Celsius temperatures is not a conversion factor because the two Zero values do not correspond to the same temperature.
There need not be any such fraction: consider temperatures in the Celsius and Fahrenheit scales.
It could be the "conversion factor".
A rate is a fraction that compares two quantities measured in different units. If the denominator of the fraction is 1 unit, the rate is called a unit rate.
The ratio that compares two numbers is a FRACTION. For example, the ratio of 3:5 can be written as 3/5.
an equivalent fraction in two sixes
There is no real reason for two equivalent measurements to be rationed! The ratio of two equivalent measurements will depend on the units used. The ratio between a length in feet and the equivalent length in inches, for example, is 12:1.
Probably a conversion rate.
An equivalent fraction for one fifth would be two tenth if you multiply it by two.
this is Jeremy im improving this anser of " I don't know" its poiintless its where you wold cross multiply and if they eqall out they wold be porportional, if not its you gessed it not porportional. hope this helped you people. :)
One fraction equivalent to 2/3 is 4/6
Equivalent to what? No fraction is "equivalent" by itself; you can say that two or more fractions are equivalent, if they represent the same number.
the simplified fraction is 2/3 and another equivalent fraction is 8/12.
No. You need two fractions for them to be equivalent.
a equivalent fraction is 10/25
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