`person(1)` has `plural( NUM, fruit( 0 ) )` for every `plural( DENOM, fruit( 1 ) )`. Write the ratio of `fruit( 0 )`s to `fruit( 1 )`s as a simplified fraction.

`NUM / DENOM`

Ratios can be written in a few different ways that mean the same thing.

You can express a ratio with a colon separating the two numbers.

`NUM`:`DENOM`

You can write it out as a phrase like this.

`NUM` \text{ to } `DENOM`

Or, you can express a ratio as a fraction.

`\dfrac{`

`NUM`}{`DENOM`}=`fractionReduce( NUM, DENOM )`

Therefore,

is the ratio of `fractionReduce( NUM, DENOM )``fruit( 0 )`s to `fruit( 1 )`s written as a simplified fraction.