Which Ratio Is Bigger Calculator

This Ratio Calculator by iCalculator™ is designed to test and improve your knowledge of ratio comparison, specifically allowing you to become familiar with ratios and decide which ratio is bigger. Please note that if you want to enter your own ratios to see which ratio is bigger, please use our Ratio Order Calculator which allows you to enter several ratios and see which ratio is bigger (a handy tool for checking your Math ratio homework as you can sort the ratios by their value, either high value ratio to low value ratio or low value ratio to high value ratio). This ratio calculator allows you to test your knowledge of ratios and records a score, there is also a leader board which shows the top 25 scores (just a bit of fun for ratio lovers!). You can see the rules for the "Which Ratio is Bigger" challenge below the calculator.

Which Ratio Is Bigger Calculator
Which Ratio is Bigger
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Which Ratio is Bigger Leader Board
PositionNameScoreDate
1big man boris1308/04/2021
2Peter Starmer1108/12/20
3big boi bobby 21031/10/2021
4santa920/01/2022
5santa920/01/2022
6920/01/2022
7Roger Daltry708/12/2020
8nine 710/01/2022
9UR ASS618/12/2021
10ligma616/12/2021
11this is Alien608/12/2020
12Peter Starmer508/12/20
13Dritan508/12/2020
14HARDER518/12/2021
15Frank Spencer408/12/20
16Frank Spencer408/12/20
17e418/12/2021
18Frank Spencer408/12/20
19Frank Spencer408/12/20
20LewsTherinTelamon412/01/2022
21Jupy416/06/2021
22Your mom304/05/2021
23Rajesh303/12/2020
24oath lad318/10/2021

Which Ratio is Bigger Rules

Which Ratio Is Bigger. This image shows the properties and which ratio is bigger formula for the Which Ratio Is Bigger

This Ratio test uses the following rules:

  1. You have a set amount of time to answer each question and choose which ratio is bigger
  2. When you choose which ratio is bigger, the ratio calculator will check which ratio is bigger, if you are correct, a point will be added to your score and a new question will appear. If you get the answer wrong, the clock will stop and your score will be shown.
  3. If you get a score which is high enough to make the leader board, you will be able to add your name and your score will be recorded on the "Which Ratio is Bigger" Leader board
  4. Every time you get an answer correct, the timer will reduce meaning you need to answer which ratio is bigger quicker as you go along.
  5. Each question on the "Which Ratio is Bigger" Calculator is increasingly harder, the more you get right, the harder the questions.
  6. You can choose how many decimal places you want the ratio questions to be set at, the more decimal places, the harder the ratio question
  7. You can print and/or email the Leader Board as required.