What Are Phenotypic Ratios?

Answer A phenotypic ratio is the ratio of offspring from a particular cross that display certain traits. For example, Mendel crossed pea plants and studied the ratios of plants in the subsequent generatio... Read More »

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How to Add Ratios?

A ratio is a comparison of two numbers. They take the form of two numbers side by side, separated by a semi-colon. The left number is how much you have of one quantity, and the right is how much yo... Read More »

How to Chart Ratios?

If you have a list of ratios that you would like to turn into a graph or chart, then you will need to convert the ratios to decimals first. Enter those decimals in organized cells in Microsoft Exce... Read More »

How to Determine Ratios?

A ratio is an expression that compares quantities relative to each other. The most common examples involve two quantities, but any number of quantities can be compared. Ratios

How to Factor Ratios?

Ratios are comparisons of two groups, group x and group y. The comparison is written in a mathematical form as x:y or x/y. Factoring is the process of dividing a ratio and breaking it down to its s... Read More »