All students were given a Measurement Conversion Chart to help with today's lesson, if you are in need of one, please download it from the link below:
Key Points to Remember: - When comparing ratios, remember to find the
__Unit____Rate__for each ratio first. - To find a Unit Rate, you want to find the rate for ONE.
- When comparing ratios, remember to find the
__Unit____Rate__for each ratio first. - To find a Unit Rate, you want to find the rate for ONE.
Key Points to Remember: - What is a Rate?
- What is a Unit Rate?
- When finding a unit rate, be sure to find the value of the ratio by converting it to one unit.
Key Points to Remember: - For each Ratio A:B you should associate the ordered pair (A, B) which can be plotted on a coordinate plane.
- Notice that all points lie on a line through the origin.
- The coordinates in the line satisfy y=kx, where k is the value of an associated ratio (the constant rate of change)
## From Ratio Tables, Equations, and Double Number Line Diagrams to Plots on the Coordinate Plane10/4/2016 Key Points for Today: - Students associate each ratio A:B with an ordered pair (A,B)
- Students take the ratios and create ordered pairs, then graph the points on a coordinate plane.
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