a scale factor looks like a proportion but in the end it just looks like a ratio.
A ratio is two number being compared. This could look like 1:2 or 1/2.
It looks like a ratio of two integers, p/q, where q is not zero.
It is shaped like the almost doughnut shape because if you look at it, it has the most surface area to volume ratio, doesn't it? The higher the ratio, the better it can move materials, in this case oxygen.
Looks like 50-1 oil to gas ratio The UT0820 and UT08931, which look identical to the UT08026H take the 50-1
ratio tables is just like charts.
It can be such as the ratio of kicks per strokes or kicks per lengths just depends on your strengths and how you would like to look at it.
1/4 or in ratio terms 1:4
When evaluating the operating efficiency of a firm's managers, you would look at the Asset Evaluation Ratio.
a ratio is like a percentage like if you say 50% the ratio would be be 50:100 and the 100 is because there's 100 total like 50% out of a total of 100%.
A colon is included in a ratio, like 4:2. A comma follows a ratio.
A ratio is a comparison of like quantities measured in like units or quantities and or quantities of the same kind.