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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

SOURCE: Divide 56Kg in the ratio of 4:3

You just need to divide the 56 by 7 in order to get the right base, then multiply that result by 4 and then 3 in order to get the answers. So...

56/7 is 8. 8*4 is 32, and 8*3 is 24.

32Kg and 24Kg

You can do this with algebra as well, equation is 4x + 3x = 56.

Posted on Sep 17, 2009

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SOURCE: Divide 28 in the ratio of 3:1

28 in a ratio of 3:1 would be 21:7

3:1 is 4 parts total, so 1 part is = 7, so 3:1 is ( 3*7 ) : 7

Posted on Feb 14, 2017

A ratio can be simplified by dividing both sides of the ratio by the Highest Common Factor (HCF). The highest common factor is the largest number that goes into both numbers of your ratio. In example 1 you are asked to simplify the ratio 6:8. Here the HCF is 2 so divide both sides of the ratio by 2 to give 3:4.

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Mar 04, 2015 | The Learning Company Achieve! Math &...

It is just one quantity divided by another, eg 2/3 or x/y . Is that what you needed?

Jun 13, 2014 | Computers & Internet

An expense ratio is how investors compare
different expenses across different funds. The expense ratio is the 12b-1 fee
with the management fee and any other fund expenses and then this total is
divided by the average daily net assets.

Aug 19, 2013 | Finance

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

In mathematics, a division is called a **division by zero** if the divisor is zero. Such a division can be formally expressed as *a* / 0 where *a* is the dividend. Whether this expression can be assigned a well-defined value depends upon the mathematical setting. In ordinary (real number) arithmetic, the expression has no meaning, as there is no number which, multiplied by 0, gives *a* (*a*?0).

In computer programming, an attempt to divide by zero may, depending on the programming language, generate an error message or may result in a special not-a-number value (see below).

Historically, one of the earliest recorded references to the mathematical impossibility of assigning a value to*a* / 0 is contained in George Berkeley's criticism of infinitesimal calculus in *The Analyst*; see Ghosts of departed quantities.

In computer programming, an attempt to divide by zero may, depending on the programming language, generate an error message or may result in a special not-a-number value (see below).

Historically, one of the earliest recorded references to the mathematical impossibility of assigning a value to

Sep 03, 2010 | Computers & Internet

Divide the smallest number by itself to get 1. Then divide the larger number by the smaller. ie 19 teeth on pinion, 74 on crownwheel will give you a final drive ratio of (74:19) 3.89:1

Jul 11, 2010 | Cars & Trucks

Divide the smallest number by itself to get 1. Then divide the larger
number by the smaller. ie 19 teeth on pinion, 74 on crownwheel will
give you a final drive ratio of (74:19) 3.89:1

Jul 11, 2010 | Cars & Trucks

Ratios are usually written as xx/1 such as 8 to 1 or 4 to 1 so that one is the base number. If you have 8 black sheep out of 64 then it's ration is 64/8 but you want to reduce the 8 to 1 so divide 8 by 8=1. now you have to do the same thing to the the other side of the equation so you have to divide 64 by 8 = 8 or to simplify this divide the first number by the last = the radio. Thus 64/8 = 8/1 on a more difficult scale let's do 6888/123 is 6888 divided by 123 or 56 to 1

Dec 07, 2009 | Computers & Internet

More information is needed to answer your question. Is the 54 or 32 tooth gear the input or output gear.

Grat ratio is input divided into output.

32 divided by 10 is a 3.2 to 1 ratio.

54 divided by 10 is a 5.4 to 1 ratio.

Grat ratio is input divided into output.

32 divided by 10 is a 3.2 to 1 ratio.

54 divided by 10 is a 5.4 to 1 ratio.

Oct 06, 2009 | 1983 Ford Escort Gt

Here is another more detailed way to solve this problem, using dimensional analysis:

You want to convert cm3 to m3.

You want to convert cm3 to m3.

- Consider the two different units without their superscripts: that is, cm and m.
- Relate them to each other: that is, 1 m = 100 cm is probably the easiest way.
- Use the above equivalency by rewriting it as a ratio: 1 m/100 cm or 100 m/1 cm.
- Now cube each one of the above ratios: that is, 1 m^3/(100 cm)^3 or (100 cm)^3/1 cm^3. You want to do this cubing, because, you want to match the unit in the given starting quantity, 1 cm^3.
- Next multiply one of the above ratios (also called the "conversion factor") times the given quantity, as followed below:

Sep 29, 2009 | Scientific Explorer My First Chemistry Kit

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