This sentence is a non-example.
Answer.com is a non-example.
Anything that has nothing to do with ratios is a non-example.
I don’t know who you think I am some math teacher???
Do not know
No, they are not equivalent ratios. To make them equivalent, The second one should be 16 to 8.
first of all your question doesnt make sense at all!!! but ill tell you this, Equivalent Ratios are ratios whose fraction or ratio are equivalent. now go away kid
1:2, 2:4, 4:8, 6:12 a equivalent ratios compares units that are the same.
what are two equivlent ratios for 2:11
There are four equivalent ratios of the numbers 8 to 32. The four equivalent ratios are 4/16, 8/12, 7/1 and 3/5.
the number of girls in a class compares to color of bananas
equivalent ratios are different ratios that name the same comparison
They are called equivalent ratios.
Two ratios are the equivalent when their simplified forms are identical.
Two ratios that are equivalent are said to be in proportion
when a number of ratios give the same answer after solving the ratios the ratios are said to be equivalent ratios
Equivalent ratios are ratios that represent different numbers but the relationship between the numbers is same.
The equivalent ratios of 3 and 4 are 6:8, 9:12, and 15:20.
They are equivalent ratios
ratios that r the same