Finding the ratios
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The aspect ratio requires us to divide the shorter length into the longer: 12/5.5=2.1818... This becomes the ratio 2.18:1, where 1 represents the shorter dimension.
answered Nov 22, 2014 by Rod Top Rated User (442,220 points)

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