In Mathematics, a ratio is the relationship between two numbers of the same kind. So if you take comfort in numbers or things that are similar in nature, you’ll really enjoy taking this quiz. It’s good to be familiar with ratios because they pop up often in everyday life. If you’re not already familiar with ratios, here’s your chance to learn with this exciting and educational quiz!

In layman’s terms, what does a ratio represent? In what four ways can the ratio of A and B be expressed as? True or false: it is possible to trace the concept of the origin of ratio. Which people of the ancient world are believed to have first developed a theory of ratio and proportion as applied to numbers? Book V of Euclid’s Elements has how many definitions? This quiz goes deep into the heart of mathematics. Do you have what it takes to come out victorious on the other side?

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