Q: What is the simplest form for the ratio 60 wins to 90 losses?

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It is: 3 to 1

3:8

Won: 16 games Lost: 8 games

The 4 means how many wins you have. The 0 means how many losses you have.

Mostly all sports use ratios to caculate the number of wins and losses.

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It is: 3 to 1

Wins and losses are not expressed in ratios in the United States. Instead, wins and losses are totaled in a "win-loss" record. For the 2013 season (which concluded in January 2014), Auburn was 12-2, with 12 wins and two losses.

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Any ratio where the wins are above the losses is good, 70:3 is very good and well above average.

3:8

.560 for 9 wins 5 losses and .500 for 8 wins 4 losses and 2 ties.

A team that plays 25 and wins 11 with no ties must have lost all the rest which would 25- 11. Ratio is another word for fraction, so answer would be 11/ (25-11)

Before the NHL lockout, there were four categories; Wins, Losses, Ties, and Overtime Losses. Since the lockout there are now only three categories; Wins, Losses, and Overtime losses (which include shootout losses)