# Ratio Calculator - Learn about the Equivalent ratio table calculator

**Allcalculator.net** offers an efficient Equivalent Ratio Table Calculator to arrange ratios in size order. With just a few clicks, you can input ratios and choose the desired table format (Original Ratio, Simplified Ratio, or Equivalent Ratio). The calculator, displaying ratios in ascending value order, allows you to easily analyze and compare different ratios. We value your feedback, so please rate and share our **Ratio Calculator** on your favorite social network to support our mission of providing free math tools and resources worldwide.

### How to use the equivalent ratio calculator

The Equivalent Ratio Table Calculator is a great ratio calculator with a number of helpful features that let you compare ratios, order ratios according to their values (to determine which ratio is larger), and generate equivalent ratio values for a number of related ratios based on the value of one of the ratios' numerators. Starting with the most basic usage.

### Adding ratios in an equivalent ratio calculator

In a ratio structure, the ratio numerator is the number preceding the colon, represented by the letter n in the following ratio formula: n:d. In a ratio structure, the ratio denominator is the number after the colon, represented by the letter d in the following ratio formula: n:d After you are confident that you have entered the ratio values accurately, click the "Add to Equivalent Ratio Table" button located beneath the ratio entries.

### Can you change order ratio values in the equivalent ratio calculator?

In the Equivalent Ratio Table Results, the Equivalent Ratio Table Calculator by default sorts the ratio values with the largest value at the top of the table. To modify this behavior, do the following: Click on the Original Ratio, Simplified Ratio, and Equivalent Ratio labels in the header row of the Equivalent Ratio Table Results. I'm done now! The order will switch from largest to smallest and back to largest to smallest when you click on the header row once more. It should be noted that the order of ratio values will by default be from largest to smallest values each time you add a new ratio to the Equivalent Ratio Table.