Ratios

by Felix Gabathuler

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The following lessons and videos are meant to strengthen our conceptual and mathematical understanding of ratios. You might think some of the lessons are super easy, but don't worry, they get hotter as you go further down. Take your time with each excercise and don't skip any.

Now, to get things started, can you tell me what a ratio is? (Use your notes if needed!)

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Let's give our brains a warm up with a basic lesson on ratios:

Basic Ratios

Done. Too easy

Not done.

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Alright, we're ready!! Now apply that practice to equivalent ratios. Click on some hints in the beginning if you need extra help:

Equivalent Ratios

Finito

Not finito

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Can you apply your knowledge of ratios to real world scenarios?. Give it a shot!

Equivalent Ratios - One Step Further

Not done...

Ohhhh yea I'm done with that!!

Alright, now it's time to get theoretical. Let's get mental!!

Watch the following video on ratios using double number lines. It's pretty cool! Then move on and complete the excercises.

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We're going to switch things up a bit now. Think outside the box and try to mentally visualize the ratios with the following excercise:

Visualizing Ratios

Woaw! Mind blown! And I finished it 100%

Mind Melted... not 100% finished...

Ratios on a Coordinate Plane. Same tasks - watch the video and complete the following excercise. Use hints or ask me if you have questions.

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Click on the link to take a ride on the coordinate plane...

Ratios on a Coordinate Plane

Woaw! Mind blown! And I finished it 100%

Mind Melted... not 100% finished...

Converting units of measure using ratios.

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Test your conversions skills with the following excercise. Click on hints when needed!

Using Ratios to Convert Units

Donzo

Not donzo...

Comparing Part of a Ratio to the Whole

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Last Ratios Excerice!!! WOOOOOOO! Click on the Blue Link to finish the ratios lesson! You did great, now bring 'er home! Good luck!

Parts of Ratios

Not finished

Completed with 100% yayyy!!!

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