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## How do you explain what a ratio means?

In mathematics, a ratio indicates how many times one number contains another. For example, if there are eight oranges and six lemons in a bowl of fruit, then the ratio of oranges to lemons is eight to six (that is, 8∶6, which is equivalent to the ratio 4∶3). Equal quotients correspond to equal ratios.

### What is the ratio of 420 to 21?

Therefore, 420/21 simplified to lowest terms is 20/1.

#### What is a ratio table for 31?

The repeated addition of 31 is the multiplication table of 31. For example, 31 + 31 + 31 = 3 × 31 = 93. On this page, you can find the table of 31 up to 20….Table of 31 up to 10.

31 × 1 = 31 | 31 × 6 = 186 |
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31 × 3 = 93 | 31 × 8 = 248 |

31 × 4 = 124 | 31 × 9 = 279 |

31 × 5 = 155 | 31 × 10 = 310 |

**What is the ratio table for 31?**

**How do you complete a ratio table?**

Find the ratio between the cells in the first and second columns in a vertical table. For a horizontal table, find the ratio between the values in the top and bottom rows. Dividing the larger number by the smaller number gives you the ratio between the two numbers.

## How do you compare ratios using tables?

Ratio tables can be used to compare two ratios. Look for equal amounts in a row or column to compare the second amount associated with it. You can also extend the values of the tables in order to get comparable amounts. Another method would be to compare the values of the ratios.

### What is the difference between ration and ratio?

1.A rate refers to the frequency by which a certain event happens while a ratio refers to the relationship between the size, number, or degree of two or more things. 2.A rate is a comparison between two measurements of the same units while a ratio is the proportion of one thing to another.

#### What is equivalent ratio table?

Equivalent ratio tables are tables that show how two values are related to each other. Each ratio in the table is essentially the same as all the rest. The only difference is that one ratio has been multiplied by a factor to make it larger or smaller.