What is another word for magnitude relation?

Pronunciation: [mˈaɡnɪtjˌuːd ɹɪlˈe͡ɪʃən] (IPA)

Magnitude relation is a term that refers to the way two or more quantities compare with each other in terms of size. It is often used in mathematics, physics, and engineering. There are several synonyms that can be used in place of magnitude relation, including ratio, proportion, scale, measure, gradient, and correlation. The ratio refers to the relationship between two values expressed as a fraction, proportion is the relationship between two quantities that are proportional to each other, scale is the size of something in relation to something else, and measure is the numerical quantity of something. Gradient refers to the change in value of a quantity over a given distance or time, and correlation is the degree to which two variables are related to each other.

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