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How To Find Ratio: Tutorial, Examples, And More

In this class, we going to focus on providing information about how to find ratios.

The term ratio can be described as a mathematical expressions that compare two or more quantities and numbers.

Ratio can compare absolute amounts and quantities, and can also be used to compare portions of a larger whole. Ratios can be written and calculated in fractions and in percentages.

However, the basic principles governing the use of ratios are universally the same.

Uses Of Ratios
Ratios can be used in both real world and in school settings to compare the differences between two or more quantities.

The simplest form of ratio compare only two numbers or quantities.

However, ratios can also be used to compare more than 3 quantities and numbers.

For example:

In a basket containing different types of vegetables and fruits such as spinach, apricot, cabbage, carrot, avocado, apple, and oranges. All these can be expressed in form of a ratio.

Ratio is only used when two or more numbers and quantities ar…

Division Of Fraction By Fraction: Tutorials, Examples And More

Before we jump into the division of fraction by fraction, let's look at or  understand some few basic terms, which are very important for understanding the mathematical concept of fraction:

Fraction is a part of a whole or ratio of two numbers, the numerator, and denominator, with the numerator written above the denominator.

The numerator infraction is the number written above the division line in a fraction as seen in the above picture.

While denominator infraction is a number written below the division line in a fraction.

Reciprocal Number
Reciprocal simply means the opposite version of something such as come and go, sleep and wake up and so on.

In mathematics:

Reciprocal number infraction is an arithmetic expression where the denominator is taken to the top of the division line and the numerator to the bottom of the division line.

In general, reciprocal of a number is the number obtained by dividing the number with one.

Example 1: what is the recipr…

What Are The 3 Learning Strategies

For a student to maintain a long- term retention of idea or information, he/she has to develop or move from relying on the surface-level approaches that are found to be effective for the short-term.
In other words, you need to develop learning strategies.
Whatare learning Strategies?
The term learning strategies refer to various methods by which students use to learn new things.Learning strategies can also be techniques that will facilitate easy understanding and improve memory.
What is the difference between learning styles and learning strategies?
Learning stylessimply refer to the general approaches to language learning.
On the other hand, learning strategies refer to specific methods students use to cope with language tasks in a given context. It can also be described as ways by which students perceive something, remember that thing and study for tests.
What areActive Learning Strategies?
Active learningstrategies refers to how actively students engage in reading, writing, discussion a…