**what it means**by $1 $ ratio $ 1$, also written as $1:1$. The

**basic concept**behind this questionnaire is the knowledge and definition of

**ratios**in mathematics.

## Expert Answer

Generically, a**ratio**is the comparison of

**two quantities**that have the

**same unit**and can be expressed with the help of $2 $ variables. Let us suppose that $x $ and $y $ are those

**two variables**and they should be an

**integer**then we can write them in

**fraction form**as follows: \[ Ratio = \dfrac{x}{y} \] where $variable \space x\ =\ first \space quantity$ $variable \space y\ =\ second\space quantity$ By definition

**$1:1$ ratio**is actually

**one of the portion**or quantity of the whole substance. For more clear understanding let us take an

**example**of $10$ liters of

**orange juice**in

**two containers**. Then we can write it as follows: \[Ratio \space of \space Orange \space juices = \dfrac{10}{10}\] \[Ratio \space of \space Orange \space juices= \dfrac { 1 } { 1 }\] which will be equal or can be written as: \[Ratio \space of \space Orange \space juice = 1:1\] Or let us suppose that we have

**spice jars**in our kitchen and in the set we have $ 100$ grams of

**salt**and $100 $ grams of

**pepper**. Thus, we can write that the

**spices salt,**and

**pepper**are in a $ 1 :1 $. We can

**mathematically express**these quantities as written below: \[Quantity \space of \space salt \space in \space jar=100\] \[Quantity \space of \space pepper \space in \space jar=100\] which will be equal or

**can be written**as: \[Ratio \space of \space salt \space and \space pepper=\dfrac{100}{100}\] \[Ratio \space of \space salt \space and \space pepper=1:1\] Now for the same example let us suppose that we have

**different quantities**of

**spices in jars**and in the given set we have $ 30$ grams of

**salt**and $300 $ grams of

**pepper**. Thus, we can write that the

**spices salt and pepper**are in a $ 1: 10 $. We can

**mathematically express**these quantities as written below: \[Quantity \space of \space salt \space in \space jar=30\] \[Quantity \space of \space pepper \space in \space jar=300\] which will be equal or can be written as: \[Ratio \space of \space salt \space and \space pepper=\dfrac{30}{300}\] \[Ratio \space of \space salt \space and \space pepper=1:10\]

## Numerical Results

By definition,**$1:1$ ratio**is actually

**one of the portions**or quantities of the whole substance when

**units are the same**.

## Example

$1$ bottle has $6$ liters of**pineapple juice**while the other has $4$ liters of juice.

**Calculate the ratio**of these bottles. Given in the question statement, we have: $1$ bottle has $6$ liters of

**pineapple juice.**

**Another bottle**has $4$ liters of pineapple juice. \[Ratio \space of \space pineapple \space juice=\dfrac{6}{4}\] \[Ratio \space of \space pineapple \space juice =\dfrac{3}{2}\] which will be

**equal**or can be written as: \[Ratio \space of \space pineapple \space juice = 3: 2\]