Equivalent ratios or equal ratios are two ratios that express the same relationship between numbers. You can use the equivalent ratio calculator to solve ratio and/or proportion problems as required by entering your own ratio to produce a table similar to the "Equivalent Ratios of 1:2 table" provided below. This ratio table provides an increasingly list of ratios of the same proportions where the numerator and denominator are a direct multiplication of the multiplying value (m_{x}). Ratio tables are very useful in math for calculating and comparing equivalent ratios, although most will likely use a ratio calculator to calculate equivalent ratios, it is also useful to have a ratio table where you can quickly cross reference associated ratios, particularly when working with complex math equations to resolve advanced math problems or physics problems. As a useful reference, we have included a table which provides links to the associated ratio values for the ratio 1:2, for example 1.1:2, 1:2.1, 1.1:2.2 and so on. We hope you will find these quick reference ratio tables useful as you can print and email them to yourself to aid your learning or a useful learning aide when teaching ratios to math students.

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1 : 2 (m _{1} = 1) | 2 : 4 (m _{2} = 2) | 3 : 6 (m _{3} = 3) | 4 : 8 (m _{4} = 4) | 5 : 10 (m _{5} = 5) |

6 : 12 (m _{6} = 6) | 7 : 14 (m _{7} = 7) | 8 : 16 (m _{8} = 8) | 9 : 18 (m _{9} = 9) | 10 : 20 (m _{10} = 10) |

11 : 22 (m _{11} = 11) | 12 : 24 (m _{12} = 12) | 13 : 26 (m _{13} = 13) | 14 : 28 (m _{14} = 14) | 15 : 30 (m _{15} = 15) |

16 : 32 (m _{16} = 16) | 17 : 34 (m _{17} = 17) | 18 : 36 (m _{18} = 18) | 19 : 38 (m _{19} = 19) | 20 : 40 (m _{20} = 20) |

21 : 42 (m _{21} = 21) | 22 : 44 (m _{22} = 22) | 23 : 46 (m _{23} = 23) | 24 : 48 (m _{24} = 24) | 25 : 50 (m _{25} = 25) |

26 : 52 (m _{26} = 26) | 27 : 54 (m _{27} = 27) | 28 : 56 (m _{28} = 28) | 29 : 58 (m _{29} = 29) | 30 : 60 (m _{30} = 30) |

31 : 62 (m _{31} = 31) | 32 : 64 (m _{32} = 32) | 33 : 66 (m _{33} = 33) | 34 : 68 (m _{34} = 34) | 35 : 70 (m _{35} = 35) |

36 : 72 (m _{36} = 36) | 37 : 74 (m _{37} = 37) | 38 : 76 (m _{38} = 38) | 39 : 78 (m _{39} = 39) | 40 : 80 (m _{40} = 40) |

41 : 82 (m _{41} = 41) | 42 : 84 (m _{42} = 42) | 43 : 86 (m _{43} = 43) | 44 : 88 (m _{44} = 44) | 45 : 90 (m _{45} = 45) |

46 : 92 (m _{46} = 46) | 47 : 94 (m _{47} = 47) | 48 : 96 (m _{48} = 48) | 49 : 98 (m _{49} = 49) | 50 : 100 (m _{50} = 50) |

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When calculating equivalent ratios you must multiply or divide both numbers in the ratio. This keeps both numbers in direct relation to each other. So, a ratio of 2/3 has an equivalent ratio of 4/6: in this ratio calculation we simply multiplied both 2 and 3 by 2.

If you wish to express the ratio 1:2 as n to 1 then the ratio would be:

1:2 as n to 1

= 0.5 : 1

= 0.5 : 1

If you wish to express the ratio 1:2 as 1 to n then the ratio would be:

1:2 as 1 to n

= 1 : 2

= 1 : 2

The ratio 1:2 expressed as a fraction is [calculated using the ratio to fraction calculator]:

1:2

=*1**/**2*

=

The ratio 1:2 expressed as a percentage is [calculated using the ratio to percentage calculator]:

1:2

= 50%

= 50%

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