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Ratios, Rates, and Unit Rate

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What are the 3 ways you can write a ratio?

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7 girls to 5 boys

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7 girls to all the students in the class

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all the students in the class to 5 boys

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1:2 is equivalent to 2:4

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4:7 is equivalent to 8:_

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8:9 is equivalent to 24: ____

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8:5 is equivalent to 16:_

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I understand how to find an equivalent ratio.

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What is the difference between a ratio and a rate?

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Write this rate in simplest form : 12:144

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Write this ratio in simplest form: 72:9

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Find the unit rate: 10 miles in 5 hours

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Find the unit rate. 8 apples for $3.

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