1/7 is equal to 14.2857%.
If both objects that you are talking about are the same, then no, they are not.
No it is not equal to a ratio.
There are 24 hours in a day. One seventh of this is equal to 1/7 x 24 = 3.428571 recurring (that is, 3.4285714285...) hours.
Atoms are neutral, so the ratio must be ONE to ONE, '+' values are equal to '-' values
An equal ratio is a ratio of equals. That's the answer, but it is obviously not clear. Here are some examples that will make it so. One to one. Ten to ten. Three and a half to three and a half. From a mathematical point of view, they're all the same (one to one equals ten to ten), but what's important is that however much of one thing one has, one will have an equal amount of the other if one has an equal ratio of those things. To make a dip for bread to cook up some french toast, use an equal ratio of milk and egg. Crack an egg (or eggs) into a tall glass. Look at the level. Add milk until the level is twice as high. There is a one-to-one ratio of egg to milk.
Which ratio is equal to 54 : 24?
45/1 is one example.
110 to 1 is one possible answer.
one7/7 = 1/1 = 1
an eqivalent ratio is an ratio that is equal or you can simplfiy it
20:30 is one example.
15:24 is not equal to the ratio 15 to 25.
A proportion is (one ratio) equal to (another ratio). 1/10 is only one ratio. Without another ratio, there's nothing you can do to it to make a proportion.
If they are both zero, the the fraction is undefined. Otherwise it means that the ratio is equal to one.
yes the ratio 2 to 5 is equal to 5 to 2 * * * * * No, they are not equal. That is like saying that two is equal to a half!
No, it would have to be ten fourteenths to equal five sevenths or one seventh equals two fourteenths.
The seventh positive integer square is equal to 72 = 49.
There are 24 hours in one day, therefore 4 days is equal to 24 x 4 = 96 hours. The ratio therefore is equal to 57:96, which, in its simplest form, dividing both sides of the ratio by 3, is equal to 19:32.
Two sevenths. 2/7
no. two fourteenths are equal to one seventh.