Algebra 1 2-6 Complete Lesson: Ratios, Rates, and Conversions
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by Matthew Richardson
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A complete formative lesson with embedded slideshow, mini lecture screencasts, checks for understanding, practice items, mixed review, and reflection. I create these assignments to supplement each lesson of Pearson's Common Core Edition Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and Geometry courses. See also mathquest.net and twitter.com/mathquestEDU.
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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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Vocabulary: What is the ratio of blue to red flowers?
Select all that apply.
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3 : 4
3/4
3 to 4
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Problem 1 Got It?
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Problem 2 Got It?
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Vocabulary: Define unit analysis in your own words. You may include examples, but remember that examples are NOT definitions.
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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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Vocabulary: Is this a unit rate?

20 mi every 3 h
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No
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Vocabulary: Is this a unit rate?

2 dollars per day
Yes
No
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Reasoning: Does multiplying by a conversion factor change the amount of what is being measured? How do you know?
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Reasoning: If you convert pounds to ounces, will the number of ounces be greater or less than the number of pounds? Explain.
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Review Lesson 2-5: What is the height of a triangle with an area of 30 cmÂ² and a base length of 12 cm?
3 cm
5 cm
10 cm
15 cm
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Enter only a number.
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Enter only a number.
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Review Lesson 1-4: Consider the expression.
Identify the following:
1. The step(s) necessary to simplify the expression.
2. The property or properties that justify the simplification.
3. The simplest form of the expression.
• Division property of equality
• 20x
• Divide out x from the numerator and denominator
• 27
• Divide out y from the numerator and denominator

• Step(s) necessary to simplify the expression
• Property or properties that justify the simplification
• Simplest form of the expression
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Review Lesson 1-4: Consider the expression.
Identify the following:
1. The step(s) necessary to simplify the expression.
2. The property or properties that justify the simplification.
3. The simplest form of the expression.
• Division property of equality
• 20x
• Divide out x from the numerator and denominator
• 27
• Divide out y from the numerator and denominator

• Step(s) necessary to simplify the expression
• Property or properties that justify the simplification
• Simplest form of the expression
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Review Lesson 1-4: Consider the expression.
Identify the following:
1. The step(s) necessary to simplify the expression.
2. The property or properties that justify the simplification.
3. The simplest form of the expression.
• Division property of equality
• 20x
• Divide out x from the numerator and denominator
• 27
• Divide out y from the numerator and denominator

• Step(s) necessary to simplify the expression
• Property or properties that justify the simplification
• Simplest form of the expression
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Vocabulary Review: Write a fraction with a numerator of 12 and a denominator of 13.
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Vocabulary Review: Classify the fractions on the left based on whether or not they are in simplest form.

• In simplest form
• NOT in simplest form
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Vocabulary Review: What is the greatest common divisor of the numerator and denominator of a fraction that is in simplest form.
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Use Your Vocaulary: Match each rate on the left with the situation it describes on the right.
• 20 mph
• 20 bagels / 3 hours
• A bakery makes 20 bagels every 3 hours.
• Chandler bicycles 20 miles each hour.
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