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## Equivalent Ratios

 Ratio as Fraction Equivalent Ratios Proportion Terms (Proportion) Ratio to Percentage

Explanation
You can get Equivalent Ratios by following two ways :-

1). By Multipication Method
By multiplying, both numerator and denominator of the given ratios by the same number, Equivalent Ratios can be obtained.
e.g. Equivalent Ratios of 2 : 3 = (2×2) : (3×2) = 4 : 3 = (2×5):(3×5) = 10 : 15 = (2×10) : (3×10) = 20 : 30 = (2×7) : (3×7) = 14 : 21
So, Equivalent Ratios of 2 : 3 = 4 : 3     = 10 : 15     = 20 : 30     = 14 : 21
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2). By Division Method
By dividing, both numerator and denominator of the given ratios by the same number, Equivalent Ratios can be obtained.
e.g. Equivalent Ratios of 18 : 48 = (18÷2) : (48÷2) = 9 : 24 = (18÷6) : (48÷6) = 3 : 8 = (18÷3) : (48÷3) = 6 : 16
So, Equivalent Ratios of 18 : 48 = 9 : 24     = 3 : 8     = 6 : 16.