Q: What is a true ratio?

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No. It can be but need not be. For example, you might calculate the ratio of today's temperature in Celsius and in Fahrenheit and calculate the ratio. That is not a rate.

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Equal intervals between points of that scale and a true zero

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Ratio. It has a true zero.

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The ratio of apparent power to true power is called 'admittance', expressed in siemens. Admittance is the inverse of impedance.

No. It can be but need not be. For example, you might calculate the ratio of today's temperature in Celsius and in Fahrenheit and calculate the ratio. That is not a rate.

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the fact is that that ratio will hold true only for thw power as designed

Power factor is:the ratio of true power to apparent powerthe ratio of resistance to impedancethe ratio of the voltage across a circuit's resistive component to the supply voltagethe cosine of the phase angleetc.

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Typically a transformer is designed for a specific turn ratio x:y the fact is that is only true if the power is held as designed for that ratio