Name: Date:. Study Guide “Proportions Test”. Note: The pages in this packet are meant for additional practice. Students are NOT
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Note: The pages in this packet are meant for additional practice. Students are NOT
expected to complete every problem in the packet. Rather, students should use these pages as a resource-- in addition to studying the notes and past quizzes. It is suggested that students complete several problems from each of the following pages in order to be fully prepared for test.
TOPICS COVERED ON “Proportions” TEST:
Solving a Proportion
Proportion Word Problems
Scale Drawing Proportions
Consumer Applications (Tax, Tips, Discounts)
NOTES SPACE/HELPFUL TIPS (to be filled out in class):
What are the 3 ways to write a ratio?
What is a unit rate?
Define a proportion.
What is true about the cross-products of a proportion?
Scale: 2 in = 7 ft.
Scale: 0.25 in = 5 ft.
You purchase $49.67 worth of groceries. There is a 5% sales tax. What is the total, including tax?
You purchase an $85 pair of shoes. You also have a coupon for 15% off. What is the sale price?
You purchase some essentials at Five Below for $14.99 before tax. The tax is 7%. How much will you pay in tax only?
You purchase a $200 leather jacket online and use a 25% discount code. What is the discount amount?
The bill at a restaurant is $48.40. Your family wants to tip 18%. How much is the total, including the tip?
Martin went to the mall with his friends. He wanted to buy his mom a birthday present. He went into the jewelry store and found a diamond necklace on sale for 60% off. The original price of the necklace is $450. How much does he pay?
The bill at Outback Steakhouse is $35.50. How much would a 15% tip be?
Devon wants to buy the new Jordan’s at Footlocker. They are $150 originally, but there is a sale going on for 30% off of all shoes. How much does Devon need to purchase the Jordan’s?