# Difference between revisions of "Ratio"

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The '''ratio''' of two numbers, <math>a</math> and <math>b</math>, is their quotient <math>\frac ab</math>. This ratio can be expressed as <math>\frac ab</math>, <math>a:b</math>, <math>a</math> to <math>b</math>, or simply as a decimal. | The '''ratio''' of two numbers, <math>a</math> and <math>b</math>, is their quotient <math>\frac ab</math>. This ratio can be expressed as <math>\frac ab</math>, <math>a:b</math>, <math>a</math> to <math>b</math>, or simply as a decimal. | ||

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− | https:// | + | Two ratios are considered [[proportion|proportional]] to each other (more specifically, directly proportional) if the two ratios equal each other. In other words, <math>\tfrac{a}{b} = \tfrac{c}{d}</math>. |

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+ | ==Problems== | ||

+ | * Practice Problems on [https://artofproblemsolving.com/alcumus Alcumus] | ||

+ | ** Ratio Basics | ||

== See also == | == See also == | ||

*[[Algebra]] | *[[Algebra]] | ||

+ | *[[Rate]] | ||

*[[Phi | The golden ratio]] | *[[Phi | The golden ratio]] | ||

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[[Category:Definition]] | [[Category:Definition]] |

## Revision as of 20:28, 7 September 2020

The **ratio** of two numbers, and , is their quotient . This ratio can be expressed as , , to , or simply as a decimal.

Two ratios are considered proportional to each other (more specifically, directly proportional) if the two ratios equal each other. In other words, .

## Problems

- Practice Problems on Alcumus
- Ratio Basics