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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...

You have a sent and return http://www.behringer.com/assets/DJX750_M_EN.pdf

They explain it in the manual but the output from the mixer and between that the equalizer and the equalizer output to the speakers works great, not the tape..... they have a way lower S/n ratio and i've never heard of this solotion

They explain it in the manual but the output from the mixer and between that the equalizer and the equalizer output to the speakers works great, not the tape..... they have a way lower S/n ratio and i've never heard of this solotion

Jun 19, 2014 | Behringer FBQ6200 Home Equalizer

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

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.

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.

Nov 25, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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...

The equal sign of the TI83/84/Plus is a **relational operator **like less than , greater than, less than or equal to)** **You use it when you are **testing if two values (numbers, expressions, or matrices) are equal.**

For example, if in one your programs what you do at a certain time depends on the equality of two expressions, you test the equality by a statement :

If A=B do this action.

For example, if in one your programs what you do at a certain time depends on the equality of two expressions, you test the equality by a statement :

If A=B do this action.

Jan 30, 2012 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver...

In the context of statistics the relative frequency of a data item (for ungrouped data) or a class (for grouped data) is equal to the ratio of the frequency of the data item or class divided by the sum of frequencies of all the data items or classes multiplied by 100%.

If you want the probability not the relative frequency, do not multiply the ratio by 100%.

Example: In a sample with N data items, a particular items occurs n times. Its relative frequency is equal to (n/N)x100%

If you want the probability not the relative frequency, do not multiply the ratio by 100%.

Example: In a sample with N data items, a particular items occurs n times. Its relative frequency is equal to (n/N)x100%

Jun 01, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

It seems to have botched your sign before the =3 but lets say that you used "less than" or equal to 3.

(if you used Greater Than, then simply replace "less than" with "greater than" in the example here)

The easiest thing to do is subtract 1/2 no matter what and then say if month is less than or equal to 3 then add 1.

this way, if the month is NOT less or equal to 3, it has already subtracted 1/2, satisfying the "if not" part.

If the month IS less or equal, it adds 1 which compensates for the 1/2 we already subtracted, plus another 1/2 giving an end result of plus 1/2.

This makes it a simple, single if statement that is satisfied in the other direction without having to overcomplicate the issue.

(if you used Greater Than, then simply replace "less than" with "greater than" in the example here)

The easiest thing to do is subtract 1/2 no matter what and then say if month is less than or equal to 3 then add 1.

this way, if the month is NOT less or equal to 3, it has already subtracted 1/2, satisfying the "if not" part.

If the month IS less or equal, it adds 1 which compensates for the 1/2 we already subtracted, plus another 1/2 giving an end result of plus 1/2.

This makes it a simple, single if statement that is satisfied in the other direction without having to overcomplicate the issue.

Apr 27, 2011 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

use if statement

=IF(AND(OR(A1="clark",A1="skamania",A1="clickitat"),B1="WA"),1,0)

where A1=T2 and B1=U2

=IF(AND(OR(A1="clark",A1="skamania",A1="clickitat"),B1="WA"),1,0)

where A1=T2 and B1=U2

Jul 16, 2009 | Microsoft Office Excel 2007

The standard ratio is 32 to 1. That equals 4 ounces of two stroke oil per gallon of gas.

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Jul 12, 2009 | 2001 Suzuki AX 100

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