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at a party, there are 72 people. The ratio of men to ladies to kids is 4 to 3 to 2.
at a party, there are 72 people. The ratio of men to ladies to kids is 4 to 3 to 2. [LIST] [*]How many men at the party? [*]How many ladies at the party? [*]How many kids at the party? [/LIST] Our total ratio denominator is 4 + 3 + 2 = 9. To find the number of each type of person, we take their ratio divided by their ratio numerator times 72 people at the party [U]Calculate ratios:[/U] [LIST] [*]Men: [URL='https://www.mathcelebrity.com/fraction.php?frac1=4%2F9&frac2=72&pl=Multiply']4/9 * 72[/URL] = [B]32[/B] [*]Ladies: [URL='https://www.mathcelebrity.com/fraction.php?frac1=3%2F9&frac2=72&pl=Multiply']3/9 * 72[/URL] = [B]24[/B] [*]Kids: [URL='https://www.mathcelebrity.com/fraction.php?frac1=2%2F9&frac2=72&pl=Multiply']2/9 * 72[/URL] = [B]16[/B] [/LIST] [U]Check our work:[/U] Men + Ladies + Kids = 32 + 24 + 16 Men + Ladies + Kids = 72 <-- This checks out!

Cards in a pack are either orange or purple. 80% of the cards are orange. Write the ratio of orange
Cards in a pack are either orange or purple. 80% of the cards are orange. Write the ratio of orange cards to purple cards. [URL='https://www.mathcelebrity.com/perc.php?num=+5&den=+8&num1=+16&pct1=+80&pct2=+90&den1=+80&pct=80&pcheck=4&decimal=+65.236&astart=+12&aend=+20&wp1=20&wp2=30&pl=Calculate']80% as a fraction [/URL]is 4/5. Fractions to ratios can be written as numerator : denominator, so we have: [B]4:5[/B]

if 200 is divided in the ratio of 1:3:4 , what is the greatest number
if 200 is divided in the ratio of 1:3:4 , what is the greatest number Determine the ratio denominator by adding up the ratio amounts: 1 + 3 + 4 = 8 So we have the following ratios and ratio amounts with our greatest number in bold: [LIST] [*]1/8 * 200 = 25 [*]3/8 * 200 = 75 [*]4/8 * 200 = [B]100[/B] [/LIST]

Ina school, out of 300 students, 70% are girls and 30% are boys. if 30 girls leave and no new boy is
Ina school, out of 300 students, 70% are girls and 30% are boys. if 30 girls leave and no new boy is admitted, what is the new% of girls in the school. Current ratios: [LIST] [*]Girls = 70% of 300 = 210 [*]Boys = 30% of 300 = 90 [/LIST] Ratios after girls leave: [LIST] [*]Girls = 210 - 30 = 180 [*]Boys = 90 [*]Total = 180 + 90 = 270 [*]Girls Percent = 180/270 = 2/3 = [B]66 & 2/3%[/B] [/LIST]

John has 30 marbles, 18 of which are red and 12 of which are blue. Jane has 20 marbles, all of them
John has 30 marbles, 18 of which are red and 12 of which are blue. Jane has 20 marbles, all of them either red or blue. If the ratio of the red marbles to the blue marbles is the same for both John and Jane, then John has how many more blue marbles than Jane? John's red ratio = 18/30 Using a [URL='https://www.mathcelebrity.com/gcflcm.php?num1=18&num2=30&num3=&pl=GCF+and+LCM']GCF for (18, 30)[/URL], we get 6. Divide top and bottom of 18/30 by 6, we get 3/5 John's blue ratio is 12/30 Using a [URL='https://www.mathcelebrity.com/gcflcm.php?num1=12&num2=30&num3=&pl=GCF']GCF of (12, 30)[/URL], we get 6. Divide top and bottom of 12/30 by 6, we get 2/5 Use these same ratios for Jane, we get: Red: 3(20)/5 = 12 Blue: 20 - 12 = 8 Now the problem asks how many more blue marbles John has then Jane. We have 12 - 8 = [B]4[/B].

Lucas has nickels,dimes,and quarters in the ratio 1:3:2. If 10 of Lucas coins are quarters, how many
Lucas has nickels,dimes,and quarters in the ratio 1:3:2. If 10 of Lucas coins are quarters, how many nickels and dimes does Lucas have? 1 + 3 + 2 = 6. Quarters account for 2/6 which is 1/3 of the total coin count. Let x be the total number of coins. We have: 1/3x = 10 Multiply each side by 3 x = 30 We have the following ratios and totals: [LIST] [*]Nickels: 1/6 * 30 = [B]5 nickels[/B] [*]Dimes: 3/6 * 30 = [B]15 dimes[/B] [*]Quarters: 2/6 * 30 = [B]10 quarters[/B] [/LIST]

Proportion
Free Proportion Calculator - 1) Calculates the missing link of 2 equivalent proportions or ratios.
2) Also determines if two numerical proportions that you entered such as 1/10=6/12 are equivalent or not equivalent. Note: You can use all allowable operators such as =,<,≤,>,≥

Ratios
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* Given a ratio in the form a:b or a to b, and a total population amount, this calculator will determine the expected value of A and B from the ratio.

Receivables Ratios
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