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## What is the simplest form for 9 10?

910 is already in the simplest form. It can be written as 0.9 in decimal form (rounded to 6 decimal places)….Reduce 9/10 to lowest terms

- Find the GCD (or HCF) of numerator and denominator. GCD of 9 and 10 is 1.
- 9 ÷ 110 ÷ 1.
- Reduced fraction: 910. Therefore, 9/10 simplified to lowest terms is 9/10.

**What is the equivalent ratio of 9?**

1 : 3 = 2 : 6 = 3 : 9 = 4 : 12 = 5 : 15 = 6 : 18 = 7 : 21…. All of these ratios show the same relationship. Simplifying ratios to the simplest form can be helpful when solving problems that deal with ratios. You can simplify a ratio the same way that you simplify a fraction.

**What are the equivalent ratios of 9 12?**

Therefore, 43,2015 and 2418 are the three equivalent fractions of 129. We know that a fraction of the form ab is written in the ratio form as a:b. Hence, we have 4:3,20:15 and 24:18 as the three equivalent ratios of 12:9.

### What is 9/10 in a mixed number?

Since 910 is a proper fraction, it cannot be written as a mixed number.

**What is 9/10 as a number?**

9/10 as a decimal is 0.9.

**What is the ratio between 9 and 4?**

Ratio 4:9 is also 49 . This ratio is in reduced form (no whole can be divided into both evenly).

## What is the ratio of 1 to 10?

So just as a fraction of 3/30 can be simplified to 1/10, a ratio of 3:30 (or 4:40, 5:50, 6:60 and so on) can be simplified to 1:10.

**What is the ratio of 3 and 12?**

Note that the ratio 12 to 3 is said to be equivalent to the ratio 4 to 1, that is 12:3 = 4:1.

**What are equivalent ratios?**

Equivalent ratios, sometimes known as equivalent fractions, are ratios that have the same proportion to each other when put in simplest form. We know each of these fractions has the same ratio between the numerators and the denominators. They all equal ½ when put in simplest form.

### What are some equivalent ratios?

Equivalent ratios are those that can be simplified or reduced to the same value. In other words, two ratios are considered equivalent if one can be expressed as a multiple of the other. Some examples of equivalent ratios are 1:2 and 4:8, 3:5 and 12:20, 9:4 and 18:8, etc.