Calculate Aspect Ratio

What?
So this is a quick article on how to maintain an aspect ratio when resizing an image.

How?
These are the calculations to work out the new height given the width or the new width given the height:
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(original height / original width) x new width = new height

(original width / original height) x new height = new width
  1.  (original height / original width) x new width = new height 
  2.   
  3.  (original width / original height) x new height = new width 
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