The ratio is said to be not in simplest form if common factor is............
  • a)
    1
  • b)
    Other than 1
  • c)
    –1
  • d)
    None of these
Correct answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer?

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BORSE YASHODEEP
Sep 11, 2020
A ratio is said to be is the simplest form or in the lowest term if two quantities of a ratio (i.e., antecedent and consequent) have no common factor (i.e. antecedent and consequent are co-prime) other than 1 (or their HCF is 1.)

A ratio is saidto be is thesimplest formor in the lowest termiftwo quantitiesof a ratio(i.e., antecedent and consequent) have nocommon factor(i.e. antecedent and consequent are co-prime) other than 1 (or their HCF is 1.)
A ratio is saidto be is thesimplest formor in the lowest termiftwo quantitiesof a ratio(i.e., antecedent and consequent) have nocommon factor(i.e. antecedent and consequent are co-prime) other than 1 (or their HCF is 1.)