Q: Are all ratios a fraction

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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.

Proper fraction - A proper fraction is a fraction where the numerator (the top number) is less that the denominator (the bottom number). Proportion - An equation stating that two ratios are equivalent is called a proportion.

Ratios are often classified using the following terms: profitability ratios (also known as operating ratios), liquidity ratios, and solvency ratios.

No, but the reverse is true. All rational numbers are ratios but not all ratios are rational. You will often come across Ï€ being defined as the RATIO of the circumference of a circle to its diameter (there are other definitions). However, the word "rational" is derived from "ratio".

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first of all your question doesnt make sense at all!!! but ill tell you this, Equivalent Ratios are ratios whose fraction or ratio are equivalent. now go away kid

Every ratio has a corresponding fraction and a percentage value.

You can write any fraction greater than 1 as a mixed fraction. It is not customary to use mixed fractions for ratios.

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.

any fractions that are equivalent are also equal ratios as a ratio and a fraction are pretty much the same thing.

They are ratios.

They are known as ratios.

A fraction is a ratio of a part to the whole. Ratios can represent this or a part to another part, as well.

80 can be written as 80/1. Multiply both the numerator (80) and the denominator (1) of this fraction by any non-zero integer. You will have an equivalent fraction. There are infinitely many integers that can be used for this purpose and so infinitely many whole ratios. It is, therefore, not possible to list them.

No, a compound fraction is a fraction in which either the numerator or the denominator, or both, contain one or more fractions.

Yes, every fraction is a ratio of the numerator to denominator. The word rational (in rational number) has as its root ratio.

fractions can't be written as a mixed number because it's already a fraction but im not sure about ratios.