Why do we use a 16:9 ratio for TVs nowadays?

As far as I know - it is based on the GREEK notion of beauty - which is mathematical - and uses PHI the GOLDEN MEAN - 16/9 = 1.7777.... which is very close to PHI (1.618...) - 16 and 9 are integer... Read More »

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If the original ratio is 3/4 Cup solution to 1 Gallon of water, what is the ratio for a 32oz bottle?

U.S. gallon equals 128 oz.... 3/4 cups equals 6 oz. This is a ratio of 1 to 21.33. For 32 oz. 21.33 x 32 equals the answer. If you are dealing with an imperial gallon with 132 oz. the answer you wa... Read More »

The Differences Between Interest Coverage Ratio and Fixed Assets to a Long-Term Liabilities Ratio?

The interest coverage ratio and the fixed assets to long-term liabilities ratio are two completely different types of metrics. Managers use both ratios to gauge the status and performance of distin... Read More »
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Difference between aspect ratio to dynamic contrast ratio?

Aspect ratio is the height and width of the picture or screen. Sometimes this is called FORMAT. Contrast is how much difference there is between the whitest and blackest part of the picture.

What is the difference between taper ratio and aspect ratio?

Aspect ratio is the dimension of the height to the width. I don't think TV screens have a TAPER ratio.

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