Ratios and Unit Rates


Strategies you can use throughout this module:
Coordinate Plane

Topic A:  Representing and Reasoning with ratios
Lesson 1-2:  Ratios
 LZ580 Understanding ratio terminology
Lessons 3-4:  Equivlent Ratios
 LZ608 Using a ratio table
 LZ589  Solving ratio problems using a tape diagram
Lessons 5-6:  Solving Problems by Finding Equivalent Ratios
Lesson 7:  Associated Ratios and the Value of a Ratio
Lesson 8:  Equivalent Ratios Defined Through the Value of a Ratio

Topic B:  Equivalent Ratios
Lesson 9:  Collections of Equivalent Ratios
LZ321:  Compare ratios using a ratio table
Lesson 10:  Using a ratio table to find missing ratios
LZ318:  Finding Missing Ratios using a table
Lesson 11:  Comparing Ratios Using Ratio Tables
LZ321  Comparing ratios using a ratio table
LZ608  Using ratio tables to solve problems
Lesson 12:  From Ratio Tables to Double Number Lines
LZ609  Ratios and double number lines
Lesson 13:  Ratio Tables to Equations

Lesson 14:  Plotting a Ratio on a Coordinate Graph

LZ611  Plot ratios on a coordinate graph
Lesson 15:  Putting it all together:  Equivalent Ratios
Topic C:  Unit Rates
Terms for this section: 
unit rate
rate unit- the label of the rate
Lesson 16:  From ratios to rates

Lesson 17:  Rates to Ratios

Lesson 18:  Finding a rate by dividing 2 quantities

Lesson 19:  Comparison Shopping-- Unit Price and Related Measurement Conversions
LZ868-- Find the best deal by comparing unit rates (unit rate= unit price)

Lesson 20:  Unit Price and Related Measurement Conversions (using a graph)
LZ1196  Finding a Unit Rate Using a Graph (Dependent and independent variables may be terms with which you're not familiar.  It is not necessary to kinow them to understand this video)
Lesson 21, 22, and 23:  Speed, Work, and Measurement Units **(See conversion chart at the bottom of this page)
   Lesson 23 
Topic D:  Percent
Lesson 24:  Percent and Rates per 100
  Click HERE to access a site you can use to explore what a percent looks like.  What does 20% look like (20 blocks out of 100) and so on.
Lesson 25: A Fraction as a Percent
Lesson 26:  Percent of a Quantity
Lesson 27, 28, and 29:  Solving Percent Problems

Lois Dieterly,
Oct 13, 2015, 8:44 AM