Learn how to find the ratio between two things. In this video, we find the ratio of apples to oranges.

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whats 9+10?

this helped alot 🙂

thank you 🙂

Guys check math antics is better to understand more than this man go check to understand more

what happens if there is a decimals

Thank u so much i had a test tomorrow and honework tonight and forgot about ratio. Thank u!!!!

This explanation is very weak imo. Ratio is a multiplicative comparison between quantities. It says how many times greater is one thing than another or what fractional part is one thing of another. For example ratio of 12 to 4 is 3. 12 is 3 times larger than 4. (“3 times” is the ratio). Ratio of 4 to 12 is 1/3, because 4 is the third part of 12. Thats why to find a ratio we have to divide.

Ratio can be also understood as a composed unit (for example 4$ per one orange, 8$ per 2 oranges etc).

i had to watch this for school and it dragged on so i just speed it up as fast as possible so i could finish early and play games lol

1:10 to 1:12. What the hell was that

Thx

Easier way of explaining what ratios it’s what the total of the apples are then to the oranges in a form of a fraction or decimal

And if the question says to simplify then you have to simplify

Really helped.

6:9

Thanks really helpful

going to 6th grade got to be ready :

Iam going to 6th grade

I’m going to the seventh grade… XD

I failed…and its August and I diddnt go to summer school….

very helpful especially for middle school

I’m in sixth grade we’re studying this and it’s so easyyy

Useful, still. The apples to oranges 6 to 9 is a little on the nose there.

This did help with helping my little brother. Thanks guys.

Si

I did NOT understand this…

APPLE PEN!

Orange pen..?

and can use fraction

i am grade 6

why do you repeat everything you say two times?

whats the ratio of 1 apple and 1 pen?

i understand thx u help a lot i watch it 2x already😃😃😃😃

this suck

Thank you for helping me learn

Going to 8th grade !

no me gusto para nada este video nada educativo.