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CRA PRACTICE. 3 RD. Peter claims that the ratio of white squares to black squares on the top row of the checker board is 4 to 5. Do you agree with Peter’s claim? Explain using ratio language.

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Peter claims that the ratio of white squares to black squares on the top row of the checker board is 4 to 5. Do you agree with Peter’s claim? Explain using ratio language.


Fran claims that the percent of white squares on the far left column on the checker board is 50%. Do you agree with Fran’s claim? Explain using ratio language.


Marjorie claims that the percent of white squares in the first two rows is 25%. Do you agree with Marjorie’s claim? Explain using ratio language.


Cra practice question

CRA Practice Question first two rows is 25%. Do you agree with Marjorie’s claim? Explain using ratio language.

Caroline was at a playground looking at a map. According to the map scale, 1 inch = 10 yards. Caroline determined that where she was standing was, according to the map, was approximately 5 inches from the slides.

About how many feet away from the slides is Caroline in real life?

1 yard = 3 feet


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CRA Practice Question first two rows is 25%. Do you agree with Marjorie’s claim? Explain using ratio language.

Kellen was hiking with his friends and they needed to know how far away their cabin was. The map scale states that 1 inch = 20 yards. Kellen and his friends determined their location was about 3 inches away from their cabin, according to the map. About how many feet are Kellen and his friends away from their cabin?

1 yard = 3 feet


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