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Forces
Group 1 & 10  Forces
Group 1 (Ratio and Fractions Around Us)
Group 1,3,5,7 & 9  Fraction and Ratio
Group 10 (Ratio and Fractions Around Us)
Group 2 & 9  Forces
Group 2 (Ratio and Fractions Around Us)
Group 2,4,6,8 & 10  Fraction and Ratio
Group 3 & 8  Forces
Group 3 (Ratio and Fractions Around Us)
Group 4 & 7  Forces
Group 4 (Ratio and Fractions Around Us)
Group 5 & 6  Forces
Group 5 (Ratio and Fractions Around Us)
Group 6 (Ratio and Fractions Around Us)
Group 7 (Ratio and Fractions Around Us)
Group 8 (Ratio and Fractions Around Us)
Group 9 (Ratio and Fractions Around Us)
Percentage
Percentage (Our Creation)
Group 1 (Ratio and Fractions Around Us)
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Fractions and ratios can be equal.
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For example, the ratio of the shaded part to the unshaded part is 2:3, and the number of shaded parts as a fraction of the unshaded parts is 2/3.
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The number of boys to the number of girls is 1:3
The fraction of the number of boys to the number of girls is 1/3.
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For example, the ratio of the shaded part to the unshaded part is 2:3, and the number of shaded parts as a fraction of the unshaded parts is 2/3.
The number of boys to the number of girls is 1:3
The fraction of the number of boys to the number of girls is 1/3.