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Thinking of equivalent ratios, 1 : 4 is equal to:

2 : 9

4 : 16

6 : 26

8 : 40

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The picture above represents a ratio from the number os red hearts to the number of blue diamonds. This is equal to:

6 : 10

10 : 6

10 : 16

16 : 6

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Using the image above, a part-to-whole ratio could be represente by:

5 : 16

6 : 10

16 : 10

3 : 5

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Inside a classroom, for every 12 boys there are 8 girls. That ratio could be represented by:

10 : 8

20 : 12

6 : 4

4 : 3

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The 1st term of a ratio is 25 and its second is 20. The simplest form of that ratio is:

5 : 4

5 : 3

6 : 4

2 : 1

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For finding a ratio in the simplest form, it will help if you first find the:

The Lowers Common Factor

The Lowest Common Multiple

The Greatest Common Factor

The Greatest Common Multiple

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The length-to-width ratio from a rectangle is 7 : 4. The rectangle is 24 cm wide. What is its length in cm?

36

44

40

42

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Loot at the picture above. A and B are:

52 5and 28

54 and 28

54 and 24

28 and 24

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There is a height-to-shadow ratio. It is 40 : 30. Look to the image and try to find the height of the tallest person.

80 cm

78 cm

84 cm

82 cm

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That drawing shows a part-to-whole ratio. The number of apples to the total fruits is:

5 : 12

2 : 6

4 : 13

4 : 12