Q: Give a real example of ratio?

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3/4 = 9/12

An irrational number is a real number that cannot be expressed as a ratio of two integers, pq/ where q > 0. sqrt(2) and pi are examples.

6:4 = 12:8

A real world example of what? Math in general? Geometry nets? Name the math concept and it'll be easier for readers to give you a real world example.

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the pyramids in Egypt are build exactly to the golden ratio.

3/4 = 9/12

An irrational number is a real number that cannot be expressed as a ratio of two integers, pq/ where q > 0. sqrt(2) and pi are examples.

6:4 = 12:8

A real world example of what? Math in general? Geometry nets? Name the math concept and it'll be easier for readers to give you a real world example.

30 is not a ratio. In a ratio, two numbers are always specified, for example, 30:1. If that's what you mean, you can simply multiply both numbers - in this case, 30 and 1 - by any real number (both by the same real number), to get an equivalent ratio.

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an example that shows adhesion at work in real life is milk on the sides of your glass or on your skin.

The painting was so real that I spoke to it.

Entering a classroom and then engaging into learning.

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Conversion factors is one name given to this device. 100oC = 212oF would be a specific example.+++ That does not give a ratio, because you can not give a ratio between different units unless one unit is a linear multiple of the other. The example above will not work because the link between ÂºC and ÂºF is not linear, and the conversion cannot give a ratio.+++++A better example would be 9Â°R/5K where Â°R is degrees Rankine and K is Kelvin12 inches/foot1760 yards/mile1000 m/km