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Multiply both 6 and 7 by the same non-zero number.

For example, if you multiply by 2 you get 12/14, which is a ratio equal to 6/7. I'll let you pick two other numbers and multiply.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

4x4, 4 cyl, 4.10 ratio, ABS 4x4, 4 cyl, 4.10 ratio, w/o ABS

4x4, 4 cyl, 4.56 ratio, ABS 4x4, 4 cyl, 4.56 ratio, w/o ABS

4x2 (3.90 ratio), 2 wheel ABS 4x2 (3.90 ratio),

4 wheel ABS 4x4, 6 cyl, 2 wheel ABS, 4.30 ratio

4x4, 6 cyl, 2 wheel ABS, 4.56 ratio 4x4, 6 cyl, 2 wheel ABS, 4.88 ratio 4x4,

6 cyl, 4 wheel ABS, 4.30 ratio 4x4, 6 cyl, 4 wheel ABS, 4.56 ratio

4x4, 6 cyl, 4 wheel ABS, 4.88 ratio there are a few options. you will need to figure it out or look at the code panel in the truck. if you want to figure it out. you will need to remove the cover from that axle and count the two ring gears and then divide the numbers to get the gear ratio. for example if one is 40 and the other was 11. would be 3.72. so here is the trick to counting the gears. they are covered in oil so have a pan ready when you pull the cover. and use a marker or crayon and mark a tooth on the gear ring. then count the gears and you will know where to stop when you get back to your mark. the little gear will be harder since its in the back. you might have to turn the wheels and you will need it in neutral and jack the rear end up. as always use jack stands to prevent damage to you or the truck..

4x4, 4 cyl, 4.56 ratio, ABS 4x4, 4 cyl, 4.56 ratio, w/o ABS

4x2 (3.90 ratio), 2 wheel ABS 4x2 (3.90 ratio),

4 wheel ABS 4x4, 6 cyl, 2 wheel ABS, 4.30 ratio

4x4, 6 cyl, 2 wheel ABS, 4.56 ratio 4x4, 6 cyl, 2 wheel ABS, 4.88 ratio 4x4,

6 cyl, 4 wheel ABS, 4.30 ratio 4x4, 6 cyl, 4 wheel ABS, 4.56 ratio

4x4, 6 cyl, 4 wheel ABS, 4.88 ratio there are a few options. you will need to figure it out or look at the code panel in the truck. if you want to figure it out. you will need to remove the cover from that axle and count the two ring gears and then divide the numbers to get the gear ratio. for example if one is 40 and the other was 11. would be 3.72. so here is the trick to counting the gears. they are covered in oil so have a pan ready when you pull the cover. and use a marker or crayon and mark a tooth on the gear ring. then count the gears and you will know where to stop when you get back to your mark. the little gear will be harder since its in the back. you might have to turn the wheels and you will need it in neutral and jack the rear end up. as always use jack stands to prevent damage to you or the truck..

Mar 20, 2015 | 1994 Toyota 4Runner

5.5:4, 11:8, 22:16, & 44:32 *all* have the same ratio. Additional equal ratios can be determined by multiplying *both* the 11 and the 8 by any number. Example (1): "5" 5 x 11 and 5 x 8 for a 55:40 ratio. It is much more desirable to reduce the numbers to lowest whole form - hence expressed as 11:8 ("8 to 11"). A second example using "3/4" (or the decimal equal .75) .75 x 11 and .75 x 8 for an 8.25:6 ratio. Again, whole numbers are preferable unless they get very large.

Jan 05, 2015 | Mathematical Technologies Inc. MTI Tristan...

Look at the problem set up on the screen capture below.

If the pyramid is made of homogenous material you need not worry about the mass (what you call weight) since the ratio of the masses is equal to the ratio of the volumes.

Setting the ratio of volume to be 1/2, and using the ratio of the base areas of the pyramids to be (x/h)^2, you end up with

**(1/2)=(x/h)^3**

Solving for x, you get**x=h/(cubic root of 2)**

If the pyramid is made of homogenous material you need not worry about the mass (what you call weight) since the ratio of the masses is equal to the ratio of the volumes.

Setting the ratio of volume to be 1/2, and using the ratio of the base areas of the pyramids to be (x/h)^2, you end up with

Solving for x, you get

Mar 02, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

A proportion is an equality between ratios. Let a/b and c/d be two ratios. If the two ratios are equal you can write **a/b=c/d**. This equality constitutes a **proportion**.

Oct 01, 2013 | Mathsoft StudyWorks! Middle School Deluxe...

A ratio is a division of two quantities that may or may not be of the same nature.

**Same nature **

You can for example have the ratio of the perimeters of two similar triangles.** ratio=perimeter1/perimeter2**

Different nature:

If an automobilist travels at a constant rate (notice the root RATE, RATIO)**,** the rate of travel is expressed as the ratio of the distance travelled (d) to the time taken to travel the distance.** **That ratio is called the speed v

v=d/t

Since the ratio involves two quantities of different nature, the speed has a unit derived from the unit of distance and the unit of time; Example v=65 km/h

**Other examples**:

There is a ratio of 1.45 US $ to 1 Euro. This is usually referred to as the exchange RATE.

The odds of something happening is 7 to 2.

What is really meant when a ratio is involved depends on the context. But what you should remember is that a ratio involves the division of two quantities.

Proportions: The equality of two ratios is called a proprtion.

You can for example have the ratio of the perimeters of two similar triangles.

Different nature

v=d/t

There is a ratio of 1.45 US $ to 1 Euro. This is usually referred to as the exchange RATE.

The odds of something happening is 7 to 2.

What is really meant when a ratio is involved depends on the context. But what you should remember is that a ratio involves the division of two quantities.

Proportions: The equality of two ratios is called a proprtion.

Feb 08, 2012 | Office Equipment & Supplies

2 choices here

if you want to use the entire 3.2 oz bottle you need to add it to 1.25 gallons of fuel to = 50:1 ratio

if you have 1 gallon of fuel you need to add 2.6 oz of oil to the fuel to equal 50:1 ratio

hope that helps

if you want to use the entire 3.2 oz bottle you need to add it to 1.25 gallons of fuel to = 50:1 ratio

if you have 1 gallon of fuel you need to add 2.6 oz of oil to the fuel to equal 50:1 ratio

hope that helps

Dec 28, 2010 | Poulan 2-Stroke Engine Oil - 24 Pack

To solve this, you need to multiply the ratios together.

(2/5)*(3/4) = A/C

So (2*3)/(5*4) = A/C

6/20 = A/C

You can reduce that be dividing both sides by 2

3/10 = A/C

Here is an example:

Let X = 3

The problem states that A/B = 2/5

So let A = 2X & B = 5X

A = 2*(3) = 6

B = 5*(3) = 15

Now check the ratio: 6/15 = 2/5. The same as what was given.

Now lets look at the ratio for B/C. The given ratio for B/C was 3/4

Using the value of B that we just solved we get:

B = 15

C = (4/3)*15 = 20

Check the ratio.

15/20 = 3/4

Now we have the values for each of the variables

A = 6

B = 15

C = 20

The ratio of A/C is 6/20

6/20 can be reduced to 3/10 be dividing both numbers by 2

(2/5)*(3/4) = A/C

So (2*3)/(5*4) = A/C

6/20 = A/C

You can reduce that be dividing both sides by 2

3/10 = A/C

Here is an example:

Let X = 3

The problem states that A/B = 2/5

So let A = 2X & B = 5X

A = 2*(3) = 6

B = 5*(3) = 15

Now check the ratio: 6/15 = 2/5. The same as what was given.

Now lets look at the ratio for B/C. The given ratio for B/C was 3/4

Using the value of B that we just solved we get:

B = 15

C = (4/3)*15 = 20

Check the ratio.

15/20 = 3/4

Now we have the values for each of the variables

A = 6

B = 15

C = 20

The ratio of A/C is 6/20

6/20 can be reduced to 3/10 be dividing both numbers by 2

Aug 22, 2010 | The Learning Company Achieve! Math &...

4 to 6 oz.is plenty

Mar 18, 2010 | Roundup "" Weed & Grass Killer

If I guessed right your equation should look something like that

-2/5=X/15

A short-cut would be to simplify each denominator by 5, but I will not complicate things for you. I will use the rule about ratios

if a/b=c/d (b and d not equal to 0) then a*d=b*c

Now, with a=-2, b=5, c=X, d=15, the rule about ratios given above can be written as

-2*15= 5*X and

X=-30/5 =-6

-2/5=X/15

A short-cut would be to simplify each denominator by 5, but I will not complicate things for you. I will use the rule about ratios

if a/b=c/d (b and d not equal to 0) then a*d=b*c

Now, with a=-2, b=5, c=X, d=15, the rule about ratios given above can be written as

-2*15= 5*X and

X=-30/5 =-6

Dec 30, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

50:1 2.6oz mix per gallon or 100:1 about 5 oz per gallon

May 12, 2009 | Garden

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