12/20 = 3/5
There are many ratios that form a proportion 5/7. For instance: 5/7 = 10/14 So any ratio that forms a proportion with 5 over 7 is 5k1/(7k2) where k1 = k2, and k1, k2 are any real values.
The divine proportion, also known as the Golden Ratio and symbolised by the Greek letter, phi, is [1+sqrt(5)]/2 = 1.6180, approx.
The golden ratio (golden section) is the division of a line so that the whole is to the greater part as that part is to the smaller part (i.e., in a ratio of 1 to 1/2 (√5 + 1)), a proportion that is considered to be particularly pleasing to the eye.
The Golden Ratio or the Divine Proportion. It is, in fact 0.5*(1+sqrt(5))
Virtually all national flags have a stipulated length/width ratio, usually 2:1, 3:2, or 5:3. The US flag ratio is 1.9:1 ( one point [decimal] nine to one).
"Is to" usually indicates a ratio or a proportion. 5 is to 10 as 9 is to 18.
You can't answer a ratio but you can put numbers in ratio form like the numbers 5 and 2. This is how you put those numbers in ratio form,5:2, 5 to 2, or 5 over 2. The reason you put the 5 in front of the 2 is because, the the question asked 5 and 2 not 2 and 5.
It's a ratio. It can be written three different ways:A fraction: 3/5Using the word to: 3 to 5Using a colon: 3:5Such a comparison is referred to as a ratio, or a proportion.
No, it is not equivalent. Think of it this way. If you had £12 and I had £5 then you would have money in the ratio of 12 to 5 compared to me. If you then only had £5 and I had £17 (which represents the new ratio of 5 to 17) you would not agree that this was equivalent as a proportion (you would rightly feel that you had lost out)!
the rate of something is the amount or speed of it, whereas the ratio is the proportion of one thing to another, like for example if there was 15 sweets in a bag; 10 red and 5 blue, so the ratio of red sweets to blue would be 2 to 1. Kthanks.
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!
just write the fraction 5/2, that is a ratio.
The ratio "two to five" can be written as 2:5 or as 2/5.
2/5 is the simplest way to write it.
It is 2/5.
Their ratio is 2 to 5.
A ratio of 2:5 implies seven equal parts. Therefore, the 2 represents 2/7, or two sevenths, and the 5 represents 5/7, or five sevenths.
Soldiers: (ratio) 5:2 Public people: (ratio) 2:5
There are many examples: 4:5, 24:30, 36:45, or 48:60. Was this helpful?
The rise is 2 and the run is 5. The ratio is called the slope, which in this case is 2/5 or 0.4.
It is simply another way of representing the number. The ratio 2:5 is just 2/5.