Ratios, Rates, and Conversions
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  • Question 1
    900 seconds
    Q. You know that 12 inches = 1 foot.  Convert 60 inches to feet.
    answer choices
    720 feet
    5 feet
    5 inches
    72 feet
  • Question 2
    900 seconds
    Q. You know 16 cups = 1 gallon. Convert 3.5 gallons into cups.
    answer choices
    56 cups
    0.21875 cups
    19.5 cups
    48 cups
  • Question 3
    900 seconds
    Q.

    If Justin can type 408 words in 4 minutes, how many words can he type per minute? (Find the unit rate!)

    answer choices

    102 words per minute

    100 words per minute

    400 words per minute

    412 words per minute

  • Question 4
    900 seconds
    Q. Convert 17  inches to centimeters.  (1 in = 2.54 cm)
    answer choices
    43.15 cm
    204 cm
    6.72 cm
    1.42 cm
  • Question 5
    900 seconds
    Q. Elijah earn $200 for 8 hours of work. What is the unit rate (in dollars per hour)?
    answer choices
    $50 per hour
    $12 per hour
    $192 per hour
    $25 per hour
  • Question 6
    900 seconds
    Q.

    7 students were on their chromebook. 4 were doing their work and 3 were playing games. What is the ratio of students doing their work to students playing games?

    answer choices

    2:6

    5:6

    3:4

    4:3

  • Question 7
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    Q. A  recipe calls for 2 cups of sugar, 3 cups of flour, 1 cup of butter, and 1/2 a cup of chocolate chips.  What is the ratio of
     flour and butter to sugar? 
    answer choices
    2 : 1
    4 : 1
    1½ : 2
    2 : 1½
  • Question 8
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    Q.

    In as Algebra 1 class there are 21 students in total. 18 of them did their homework. What is the ratio of students that did their homework to those that did not? Simplify your answer.

    answer choices

    3/18

    18/3

    1/6

    6/1

  • Question 9
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    Q.

    A baseball team has played 14 games. They have only won 5 games. What is the ratio of games won to games lost?

    answer choices

    9:5

    5:9

    5:3

    3:5

  • Question 10
    900 seconds
    Q.

    Jorge’s printer can print 24 pages in 15 minutes. What is the rate of pages/minutes?

    answer choices

    15 pages/ 24 minutes

    12 pages/ 5 minutes

    24 pages/ 15 minutes

    15 minutes/ 24 pages

  • Question 11
    900 seconds
    Q.

    Which is the better buy? a 12 pack of Coke for $3.50 or a six pack of Coke for $1.80? (Hint: find the unit rate of both)

    answer choices

    The 12 pack of Coke

    The 6 pack of Coke

    Neither

    They are the same

  • Question 12
    900 seconds
    Q.

    If Justin can type 408 words in 4 minutes, what is the unit rate of words to minutes?

    answer choices

    102 words/1 minute

    100 words/ 1 minute

    400 words/ 1 minute

    412 words/1 minute

  • Question 13
    900 seconds
    Q.

    Suppose you want to convert kilometers to miles. For your conversion factor, which unit should be in the numerator and which one in the denominator?

    answer choices

    Kilometers in numerator; Miles in Denominator

    Miles in numerator; Kilometers in Denominator

    Meters in numerator; Miles in Denominator

    Miles in numerator; Meters in denominator

  • Question 14
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    Q.

    Which of the following is the correct set-up to convert 2 qt/min to gal/sec?

    answer choices

     2 qt1 min ×4 qt1 gal×60 sec1 min\frac{2\ qt}{1\ \min}\ \times\frac{4\ qt}{1\ gal}\times\frac{60\ \sec}{1\ \min}  

     2 qt1 min ×1 gal4 qt×1 min60 sec\frac{2\ qt}{1\ \min}\ \times\frac{1\ gal}{4\ qt}\times\frac{1\ \min}{60\ \sec}  

     2 qt1 min ×1 gal4 qt\frac{2\ qt}{1\ \min}\ \times\frac{1\ gal}{4\ qt}  

     2 qt1 min ×1 gal4 qt×60 sec1 min\frac{2\ qt}{1\ \min}\ \times\frac{1\ gal}{4\ qt}\times\frac{60\ \sec}{1\ \min}  

  • Question 15
    900 seconds
    Q.

    Convert 60 ft/s to mi/h. (5280 ft = 1 mi and 3600 sec = 1hr)

    answer choices

    60 mi/h

    68 mi/h

    9.7 mi/h

    40.9 mi/h

  • Question 16
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    Q.

    Which conversion factor will allow you to convert 2.2 kg to lbs?  1 kg 2.205 lbs1\ kg\ \approx2.205\ lbs  

    answer choices

     2.2 kg2.205 lbs\frac{2.2\ kg}{2.205\ lbs}  

     1 lb2.2 kg\frac{1\ lb}{2.2\ kg}  

     2.205 kg1 lb\frac{2.205\ kg}{1\ lb}  

     2.205 lbs1 kg\frac{2.205\ lbs}{1\ kg}  

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