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Which one will you choose?. Steps to work out which one you will buy . Divide the price by the amount of how much you have. 2. Look at both answers and check which one is the least amount of money. Example The Asda chocolates= 5.00÷230=46 The Tesco chocolates = 10.00÷425 = 45.2.

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b est buy

Which one will you choose?

  • Steps to work out which one you will buy.
  • Divide the price by the
  • amount of how much you have.
  • 2. Look at both answers and check which one is the least amount of money.
  • Example
  • The Asda chocolates= 5.00÷230=46
  • The Tesco chocolates = 10.00÷425 = 45.2

Best buy!

Lily O'Brien's Desserts Collection 230g

£5.00

Lily O'Brien's The Desserts Collection 452g

£10.00

In this slide It shows you how to work out which product has a better value for you when you go shopping, using the unitary method!

Now use this when you go shopping!

p roportion
Proportion

Proportion is part of whole: a quantity of something that is part of the whole amount or number, relationship between quantities: the relationship between two or more amounts or numbers, or between the parts of a whole and the relative size: the correct or desirable relationship of size, quantity, or degree between two or more things or parts of something

Proportion is also is similar to ratio

Example

What is the ratio of blue counters to red counters?

the answer would be 9:3 because there are 9 blue

counters and 3 red counters.

Ratio can be simplified like fractions by dividing each part by the highest common factor.