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5 Minute Check. Determine if each pair of rates or ratios are equivalent. Explain your reasoning. 1. 16 points scored in 4 games; 48 points scored in 8 games. 2. 96 words in 3 minutes;160 words in 5 minutes 3. 15 computers for 45 students; 45 computers for 135 students

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**5 Minute Check**Determine if each pair of rates or ratios are equivalent. Explain your reasoning. 1. 16 points scored in 4 games; 48 points scored in 8 games. 2. 96 words in 3 minutes;160 words in 5 minutes 3. 15 computers for 45 students; 45 computers for 135 students 4. 16 out of 28 students; 240 out of 560 students.**5 Minute Check**Determine if each pair of rates or ratios are equivalent. Explain your reasoning. 1. 16 points scored in 4 games; 48 points scored in 8 games. 16 points ? 48 points 4 games = 8 games 4 points6 points 1 game ≠ 1 game**5 Minute Check**Determine if each pair of rates or ratios are equivalent. Explain your reasoning. 2. 96 words in 3 minutes;160 words in 5 minutes.**5 Minute Check**Determine if each pair of rates or ratios are equivalent. Explain your reasoning. 2. 96 words in 3 minutes;160 words in 5 minutes. 96 words ? 160 words 3 minutes = 5 minutes 32 words32 words 1 minute =1 minute**5 Minute Check**Determine if each pair of rates or ratios are equivalent. Explain your reasoning. 3. 15 computers for 45 students; 45 computers for 135 students.**5 Minute Check**Determine if each pair of rates or ratios are equivalent. Explain your reasoning. 3. 15 computers for 45 students; 45 computers for 135 students. 15 computers ? 45 computers 45 students = 135 students 1 computer1 computer 3 students = 3 students**5 Minute Check**Determine if each pair of rates or ratios are equivalent. Explain your reasoning. 4. 16 out of 28 students; 240 out of 560 students.**5 Minute Check**Determine if each pair of rates or ratios are equivalent. Explain your reasoning. 4. 16 out of 28 students; 240 out of 560 students. 16 ? 240 28 = 560 4 3 7 ≠ 7**Inquiry Lab**Turn to page 67 in your text**Inquiry Lab**Work with a partner to complete page 69 and 70. You have 15 minutes.**Tuesday, Sept 2**Lesson 6.1.7 Rate and Ratio Problems**Rate and Ratio Problems**Objective: To solve rate and ratio problems.**Rate and Ratio Problems**You can use bar diagrams, rate or ratio tables, or equivalent ratios to solve rate and ratio problems.**Rate and Ratio Problems**Method 1 Make a rate table. A rate table is the same as a ratio table.**Rate and Ratio Problems**x 50 x 50**Rate and Ratio Problems**x 50 x 50**Rate and Ratio Problems**Method 2 Set up equivalent rates or ratios. Rule – When setting up equivalent rates or ratios, always include units.**Rate and Ratio Problems**Rule – When setting up equivalent rates or ratios, always include units. In the above problem, what are our units?**Rate and Ratio Problems**? gel ? gel ? total = ? total**Rate and Ratio Problems**2 gel ? gel 3 total = 150 total**Rate and Ratio Problems**To Solve Rate and Ratio Problems by Cross Multiplying. Step 1 – Multiply across the rate or ratio. 2 gel ? gel 3 total = 150 total2 x 150 = 300**Rate and Ratio Problems**To Solve Rate and Ratio Problems by Cross Multiplying. Step 2 – Divide by the remaining number. 2 gel? gel 3 total =150 total 2 x 150 = 300 ÷ 3 = 100**Rate and Ratio Problems**2? 3 = 150 2 x 150 = 300 ÷ 3 = 100 100 students would prefer gel toothpaste.**Rate and Ratio Problems**What are our units?**Rate and Ratio Problems**What are our units? ? Lucas texts? Lucas texts ? Sister texts = ? Sister texts

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