Compare Quantities Using Ratios
When comparing quantities using ratios, one quantity is always set as the denominator and the other quantity is set as the numerator. The ratio will then show how many times the numerator quantity is greater than the denominator quantity.
For example, if we want to compare the quantities of apples and oranges, we would set the number of apples as the denominator and the number of oranges as the numerator. The ratio would then show how many times the number of oranges is greater than the number of apples.
How to Compare Ratios?
To compare ratios, one needs to first make sure that the ratios are expressed in the same units. After that, one can use the usual comparison operators, such as <, <=, >, and >=.
on Comparison of Ratios
A comparison of ratios is a way of comparing the relative size of two or more ratios. This can be done by calculating the ratios and then dividing one by the other. This produces a number that shows how much larger one ratio is than the other.
Determining The Gap Between 3 or More Than 3 Quantities
To determine the gap between 3 or more than 3 quantities, subtract the smaller quantity from the larger quantity.