## How can you compare ratios to solve a problem?

Identify the known ratio and the unknown ratio. Set up the proportion. Cross-multiply and solve. Check the answer by plugging the result into the unknown ratio.

## How do you know which ratio is greater?

Compare the results. If the results are equal, the two ratios are equivalent. 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.

**How do 6th graders compare ratios?**

How are Two Ratios Compared? By finding the LCM of the consequents of both the ratios, divide the LCM with the consequents, and finally, multiply both the numerator and the denominator of both the ratios with the answer to find out the compared ratio. For example, if the ratio is 6:8 and 5:9.

### Which ratio is greater 3 4 or 2 3?

So 34 is greater than 23 .

### Which ratio is larger 3 ratio 4 or 9 ratio 16?

Hence 3:4 is larger than 9:16.

**How do you know which ratio is bigger?**

#### How do you compare ratios using tables?

What is the problem asking you to look for? How do you know?

#### Is ratio comparison between two ratios?

Both antecedent and consequent can be multiplied by the same number.

**Which ratios are correct?**

#D1. Price Earning Ratio (P/E) This is one of the most preferred price valuation ratios of all.

## What are 3 example math questions for ratios?

– 9 to 6 – 6 to 3 – 9 to 18 – 6 to 18 – 6 to 9