Q: How do you get from a fraction to a proportion?

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A proportion mainly looks like a fraction.

Say: "This fraction here is equal to that fraction there." If it's true, then that statement is a proportion.

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It does not change. If the numerator changes then, unless the denominator changes in the same proportion, the fraction is no longer the same.

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A proportion is when you make fractions into percents

A proportion mainly looks like a fraction.

a proportion is just like an equivalent fraction. So That's how it applys. It's basically a fraction.

p-hat is the 'proportion in your sample.' It may be given as a percentage, a proportion or you will have to figure it out as a fraction (proportion).

ratio, proportion

To do a proportion all you have to do is find the equivilent fraction. For example: 4/7=12/221

Say: "This fraction here is equal to that fraction there." If it's true, then that statement is a proportion.

A proportion says that two ratios are equal. In other words, it is an equation in which each side is a fraction.

You get the same answer both times.

proportion are fraction that are being cross multiplied to find an answer

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