# Харьцааны хүснэгт

Ижил харьцаануудын хүснэгтийг бөглөж сурцгаая.
A ratio table gives a bunch of equivalent ratios.
Let's look at an example where we'll build a ratio table.
Ben drinks $\blueD1$ glass of milk for every $\goldD2$ cookies that he eats:
We can use this ratio to begin a ratio table:
$\blueD1$$\goldD2$
If Ben drinks $\blueD2$ glasses of milk, then he eats $\goldD4$ cookies:
Let's use this to continue the ratio table:
$\blueD1$$\goldD2$
$\blueD2$$\goldD4$
Notice that both of the ratios in the ratio table are equivalent:
$\dfrac{\blueD1}{\goldD2} = \dfrac{\blueD2}{\goldD4}$
If Ben drinks $\blueD4$ glasses of milk, then he eats $\goldD8$ cookies:
Let's use this to continue the ratio table:
$\blueD1$$\goldD2$
$\blueD2$$\goldD4$
$\blueD4$$\goldD8$
$\dfrac{\blueD1}{\goldD2} = \dfrac{\blueD2}{\goldD4} = \dfrac{\blueD4}{\goldD8}$