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can someone please explain what this is 40% to 30% = 40:30 = 4:3 how they she get 4:3

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    it is just a ratio 40:30 is equivallent to 40/30 which = 4/3

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    ok so if I have 17 to 15 = 17:15 =1.3

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    yes exactly! just think of it as a ratio which is simply division ex. 17:15 == 17/15

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    when I divide 40/30 I don't get 4:3

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    haha you get 1.3333333 right??

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    I figured it out thanks

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    ha okay your welcome

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