# Are ratios equal to all ratio tables?

## Are ratios equal to all ratio tables?

You can find equivalent ratios by multiplying or dividing both terms of a ratio by the same number. This is similar to finding equivalent fractions of a given fraction. All the ratios in the tables below are equivalent.

## How do you compare relationship ratios?

How to Compare Ratios?

- Step 1: Make the consequent of both the ratios equal – First, we need to find out the least common multiple (LCM) of both the consequent in ratios.
- Step 2: Compare the 1st numbers i.e. the antecedent of both the ratios with each other.

**How do you tell if one ratio is greater than another?**

If not, they are not equivalent and the ratio with the higher first number is larger. For example, if you had started with the ratios 3:5 and 12:15, you would get 45:75 and 60:75. Since the second ratio has the higher first number, (60 is greater than 45), 12:15 is larger than 3:5.

**What does ratio tables mean in math?**

A ratio table is a structured list of equivalent (equal value) ratios that helps us understand the relationship between the ratios and the numbers. Rates, like your heartbeat, are a special kind of ratio, where the two compared numbers have different units.

### What can you say about the values of the ratios in the table?

What can you say about the values of the ratios in the table? The values of the ratios in the table should all be equal since the ratios in the table are equivalent. Assume each of the following represents a table of equivalent ratios.

### What are ratios that show the same relationship?

Equivalent ratios (which are, in effect, equivalent fractions) are two ratios that express the same relationship between numbers. We can create equivalent ratios by multiplying or dividing both the numerator and denominator of a given ratio by the same number.

**How can you determine if two ratios are equivalent?**

When you have multiple ratios, you may want to determine whether they are equal or if one of them is larger. To compare ratios, you need to have a common second number. By multiplying each ratio by the second number of the other ratio, you can determine if they are equivalent.

**What ratios are different ratios that name the same comparison?**

Equivalent ratios are ratios that name the same comparison. Meanwhile, equivalent fractions are fractions that name the same amount or part. Equivalent ratios and equivalent fractions are similar in that the two quantities refer to ratios and fractions that ultimately have the same value but are expressed in a different way.

## How can you tell if two ratios form a proportion?

A quick way to tell whether two ratios form a proportion is to use cross multiplication. To cross multiply, find the product of the numerator on one side with the denominator on the other. If the ratios are equivalent, the cross products are equal and if the cross products are equal, the ratios are equivalent.

## Which ratios are equivalent to the given ratio?

Equivalent ratios : A ratio obtained by multiplying or dividing the numerator and denominator of a given ratio by the same number is called an equivalent-ratios. Example : Consider the ratio 6 : 4, 6/4 = (6 x2)/(4 x 2) = 12/8.