A print and a transparency can have the same mid scale contrast, but much depends on the toe and shoulder. Usually though a normal print is about 1.5 and a normal slide is about 1.7
A good while after I wrote the above, I realized that my post may have been vague. Here is more information. Reversal color print materials are usually built quite differently than negative materials. The gamma of a negative print material of normal contrast is about 2.5 to 'adjust' the final print to about 1.5, but a reversal print material has a contrast more on the order of 0.9 - 1.1 to achieve a good print from a slide.
If you have a slide with a gamma of about 1.7 and print it with a print material with a gamma of 1.0, the resultant print has a gamma of 1.7. The contrasts still multiply and so 1.7 x 1.0 = 1.7 in the final print.