# Jack has two jobs, his annual income from the first job being $37,600 and that of the second job being $9,400. write the relation of the second income to the first in ratio format

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Jack has two jobs, his annual income from the first job being $37,600 and that of the second job being $9,400. Write the relation of the second income to the first in ratio format.

When writing a relation we will write as a fraction or comparison of two numbers as: `a/b`

Since the relation is the 2nd job to the first we will write: `9400/37600.`

We always make sure we can simplify our fractional answers by determining a GCF if possible. In this case 9400 is the GCF as both can be divided evenly. Therefore when we divide both by 9400, **we get: `1/4` **

Jack has two jobs, his annual income from the first job being $37,600 and that of the second job being $9,400.

The ratio of the income from the second job to the income from the first job is 9400/37600 = 1/4

**The required ratio is 1/4**