Q: When the ratio compares in two measurements with different unit it is called?

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what is it

That is called percent.

It may be called the conversion factor.Note, however, that this only works when both measurements are absolute measurements, or equivalently, the measurement is on a ratio scale. For example, a fraction representing equivalent Fahrenheit and Celsius temperatures is not a conversion factor because the two Zero values do not correspond to the same temperature.

Its an inequality

A F-ratio test compares 2 variances and tell if they are significantly different. A Chi-square test compares count data.

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It is the scale ratio or scale factor

scale

a ratio.... of course!!

ratio that compares 2 quantities measured in diiferent units

rate

The scale gives the ratio that compares the measurements of the drawing or model to the measurements of the real object. Scale factor is a scale written as a ratio without units in simplest from.

what is it

That is called percent.

A rate.

Its an inequality

It may be called the conversion factor.Note, however, that this only works when both measurements are absolute measurements, or equivalently, the measurement is on a ratio scale. For example, a fraction representing equivalent Fahrenheit and Celsius temperatures is not a conversion factor because the two Zero values do not correspond to the same temperature.

A F-ratio test compares 2 variances and tell if they are significantly different. A Chi-square test compares count data.