# What is the ratio of 40 minutes to 2 hours?

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To find the ratio of 40 minutes to 2 hours, first, convert both quantities to the same unit of time, either minutes or hours. In this case, let's convert both to minutes.

40 minutes is already in minutes. 2 hours is equal to 2 * 60 = 120 minutes.

Now, the ratio of 40 minutes to 2 hours can be calculated as follows:

Ratio = (40 minutes) / (120 minutes) Ratio = 40/120 Ratio = 1/3

So, the ratio of 40 minutes to 2 hours is 1:3.

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