So, to make it simple this a BOB on ratios. Got that? Good. So for my BOB on ratios, I will be using the crayon picture. Mr. Harbeck said this would be a dandy way to prepare for a test so why not? Here are some questions I've come up with to hurt your head. I mean help you learn. If you want to up your grade in math, post your answers in a comment.
^(this picture right here)
1)Come up with 3 part to part ratios. Do NOT forget to put down a word ratio first!
2)Come up with 2 part to whole ratios and if possible simplify your answer.
3)Take the simplified ratio and explain how simplifying works. Also explain the stpes you took to get your answer.
Okay, so I could only come up with three questions. Big whoop. I understand that you might have come up with more, but I don't give a hoot. It's Harbeck who's breathing down your neck not me. (If your reading this Harbeck, you know you're cool right?)
PLEASE comment like your life depended on it. 8-16's reputation is at stake! (is it steak or stake... never mind) I'll leave my answers in a comment just like you will.
Bye now.... You know you can leave right? Why won't you go away? Geez...
Hello again my fellows. We had a math test a while back, and boy did I blow it. I got questions wrong, to put it simply.
1) What were mistakes that you made on the test?
Let's see. I wasn't able to simplify ratios on one question. And I also messed up on finding percents. In a future tests I'll remember to use a ratio table when finding percents.
Eric is able to stop 85% of shots on the goal. If he faces 27 shots on goal, how many will likely be scored on him. (answer in comments)
You have a bag with one white ball, six red balls, eight green balls and three purple balls. In lowest terms, what is the ratio of red balls to the whole bad of balls? (word ratio in red)
Please people, comment your answers. You don't want me to cry do you? Wait, you do? *sniffs* So cruel.