## proportion

### proportion.01 - *divvy up*

PROPORTION-V NOTES: Framed by Neville. (from proportion.01-v)#### Aliases:

proportion (v.)

proportioning (n.)

proportioning (n.)

#### Roles:

ARG0-PAG:

ARG1-PPT:

ARG2-PRD:

*divider*ARG1-PPT:

*thing divided*ARG2-PRD:

*thing divided into*#### proportion-v: transitive, all args

JohnARG0

dividedrel

the doughARG1

into small balls the size of a fistARG2

.## proportional

### proportional.02 - *corresponding, having a constant ratio*

PROPORTIONAL-J NOTES: Added by Julia for clearearth-earthquakes.#### Aliases:

proportional (j.)

#### Roles:

ARG1-PPT:

ARG2-PPT:

ARG3-VSP:

*first entity*ARG2-PPT:

*second entity*ARG3-VSP:

*domain of comparison*#### proportional-j

This is so because

the energy released in an earthquake , and thus its magnitudeARG1

, is proportionalrel

to the area of the fault that ruptures [ 5 ] and the stress dropARG2

.