Take out 2 sticks of butter from a 1-lb butter carton. Consider the ratio of weight of sticks to number of sticks. This ratio can be written as 0.5:2 or 0.5/2. The constant of proportionality is gotten by dividing the denominator (number of sticks) by the numerator (weight of sticks). In this case the constant of proportionality is 2 ÷ 0.5 = 4.
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The constant of proportionality is the number which tells the rate at which the ratio increases or decreases. The constant of proportionality is most often found by dividing the denominator by the numerator. 7211a4ac4a