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Q: What are 2 ways you can tell that 2 ratios form a proportion?

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it can be in lots of ways. I'll show U 2 ways First it looks like X:Y=A:B (A,B,X,Y are real numbers) that means the ratio of X to Y is eaqual to the ratio A to B Second X/Y=A/B (means same thing)

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The ratios a/b and c/d form a proportion is if their simplified forms are the same, or equivalently, if a*d = b*c

The simplified forms of the two ratios are the same.The cross products are the same: a/b = c/d if ad = bc

The simplified forms of the two ratios are the same.The cross products are the same: a/b = c/d if ad = bc

The simplified forms of the two ratios are the same.The cross products are the same: a/b = c/d if ad = bc

A proportion is simply a statement that two ratios are equal. It can be written in two ways: as two equal fractions a/b = c/d; or using a colon, a:b = c:d. The following proportion is read as "twenty is to twenty-five as four is to five."

Law of definite proportion says, a compound has same elements in the same proportion by mass. Law of multiple proportion says, sometimes, two elements can combine in more than one ways to form different compounds.

There are two equivalent ways (I) Are the two ratios equivalent fractions? If the ratios are a/b and c/d then can you find a number x such that a = c*x and b = d*x. so that a/b = c*x/d*x = c/d This requires x = a/c = b/d (II) Cross-multiply and equate. If a/b = c/d then cross-multiplication gives ad = bc. Also, if ad = bc then a/b = c/d (divide both sides by bd).

well there are different ways to get ratios.. its all depending on what your looking for.

Theirs diffrent ways to put it in (like in a order)

The three ways to right ratios are... 1:2 1/2 1 to 2

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There are three ways, pretend 13 to 13 or 13:13 or 13 slash under it and a thirteen under that.

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