- Input the Number In Box (For finding the Ratio ).
- While you typing, the online calculator computes it.
- Consequently, record of equivalent ratios will be written.

A ratio, which is a comparison of two numbers by division, is the quotient obtained when the first number is divided by the second, nonzero number. Since a ratio is the quotient of two numbers divided in a definite order, care must be taken to write each ratio in its intended order.

Since the ratio 5 is a fraction, we can use the multiplication property of 1 to find many equivalent ratios.

Comparisons can also be made for three or more quanti- ties. For example, the length of a rectangular solid is 75 centimeters, the width is 60 centimeters, and the height is 45 centimeters. The ratio of the length to the width is 75 : 60, and the ratio of the width to the height is 60 : 45. We can write these two ratios in an abbreviated form as the continued ratio 75 : 60 : 45.

A continued ratio is a comparison of three or more quantities in a definite order. Here, the ratio of the measures of the length, width, and height (in that order) of the rectangular solid is 75 : 60 : 45 or, in simplest form, 5 : 4 : 3.

A contrast, which exists between two particular numbers, is defined as ratio. Our ratio calculator is developed to compute this contrast and find out the relationship between these numbers.

In order to keep numbers in direct relation you should first divide or multiply, which depends on your task, them in the ratio. Therefore, a ratio of 8/6 is an equivalent ratio of 4/3: in that particular ratio calculation, you should just multiply 4, as well as 3, by 2.

In order to keep numbers in direct relation you should first divide or multiply, which depends on your task, them in the ratio. Therefore, a ratio of 8/6 is an equivalent ratio of 4/3: in that particular ratio calculation, you should just multiply 4, as well as 3, by 2.

A rate may be expressed in lowest terms when the numbers in its ratio are whole numbers with no common factor other than 1. However, a rate is most frequently written as a ratio with 1 as its second term. As shown in the example above, the second term may be omitted when it is 1. A rate that has a denomi- nator of 1 is called a unit rate. A rate that identifies the cost of an item per unit is called the unit price. For example, $0.15 per ounce or $3.79 per pound are unit prices.