Algebra 1 2-6 Guided Practice: Ratios, Rates, and Conversions

by Matthew Richardson

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Solve It! Two olympic athletes can run the races in the times shown. Who is the faster runner?

Athlete A

Athlete B

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Solve It! How do you know? Explain your reasoning.

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Take Note:

What is the ratio of blue to red flowers in the image?

Select all that apply.

4:3

3 \ to \ 4

3:4

\frac{3}{4}

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Take Note: Define rate.

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Take Note: Define unit rate. How is that different from a rate?

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Take Note: Provide an example of a unit rate you have encountered in real-life.

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Problem 1 Got It?

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Take Note: Define conversion factor in your own words. You may include examples, but remember that examples are NOT definitions.

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Problem 2 Got It?

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Take Note: Define unit analysis.

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Problem 3 Got It?

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Problem 3 Got It?

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Problem 4 Got It? An athlete ran a sprint of 100 ft in 3.1 s. At what speed was the athlete running in miles per hour? Round to the nearest mile per hour. Enter only a number.

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Take Note: Summarize the mathematical content of this lesson. What topics, ideas, and vocabulary were introduced?

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