4/10 = 2 to 5
well..not exactly..it depends on what the question is
Yes, it is possible. For instance there could be a gear ratio of 3.1:1 or you can have a waist-hip ratio of 0.8:1.
0.6666666... (with infinitely many digits).
For example, lets say we have the fraction 70 over 10. The decimal form for that would be 7 tenths (.7) but the ratio could either be 70 percent, .7, and 7 to 3.
A decimal is simply way of representing a ratio.
Just remove the decimal.
yes it can
In ratios in mathematics , the equivalent value in decimal for 3 : 16 is 0.1875. The decimal for the ratio 3 to 16 is 0.1875.
410 is, indeed, a decimal number.
150/500 = 0.3
Sometimes, it depends on if it can be written as a ratio, if it can be a ratio, then it is rational.
Convert the ratio to fraction first, then convert the fraction to decimal. Example: ratio = 3 : 4 3 : 4 = 3/4 = 0.75
It is a ratio of two or more numbers, at least one of which is expressed in decimal form and none is expressed as a rational fraction.
It is already a decimal that can also be expressed as 0.04