Rate - A rate is 2 quantities that are compared in diffrent units.

One diffrence i think is that a ratop compares 2 things in the same unites and a rate is compared in 2 things in diffrent units.

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Number 4.

a) A Orca swims 110 km in 2 hrs.

Answer: You can use a ratio table but i wont draw one. So for this question you have to divide 110 by 2 that =55. So our unit rate would be 55 km/hr.

b) A Canada goose flies 800 km in 12.5 hrs.

Answer: You divide 800 by 12.5 which =64 km/hr.

2. Trevor rode his mountain bike in 84 km in 3 h. Jillian rode 70 km in 2.5 hrs. Who is the faster cyclist? How do you know?

They are both the same.How I know is because I..

calculated 3 divided by 3 to get 1. If you do one thing to one side you have to do it to the other. So I divided 3 by 84 and got 28.

on the other ratio table I divided 2.5 by 2.5 to get 1. Since I did it to one side I have to do it to the other. So I divided 2.5 by 70 and got 28.

Part 2)

What would the recipe look like if it had to serve 10 people? Show your calculations

1)1.5 divided by 4 =o.375 multiply by 10 to get 3.75

3.75 lbs ground beef

2)1 divided by 4 =0.25 multiply by 10 to get 2.5

2.5 medium onion diced

3) 1 divided by 4 =0.25 mulitply by 10 to get 2.5

2.5 celery finely slice

4) 1 divided by 4 =0.25 multiply by 10 to get 2.5

2.5 cloved of garlic

5) 14 divided by 4 = 3.5 multiply by 10 to get 35

35 oz can of tomatoes chopped

6) 1.5 divided by 4 =0.375 multiply by 10 to get 3.75

3.75 can of tomato paste

7) 1 divided by 4 =0.25 multiply by 10 to get 2.5

2.5 tsp parsely

8) 1.5 divided by 4 =0.375 muliply by 10 to get 3.75

3.75 tsp basil

9)1 divided by 4 =0.25 multiply by 10 to get 2.5

2.5 tsp oregano

10)1 divided by 4 =0.25 multiply by 10 to get 2.5

2.5 tsp sugar

11)1.5 divided by 4 =0.375 multiply by 10 to get 3.75

3.75 tsp Warcestershire sauce

12)1.5 divided by 4 =0.375 multiply by 10 to get 3.75

3.75 tsp seasoning salt

13)1 divided by 4 =0.25 multiply by 10 to get 2.5

2.5 bay leaf

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You could've put the ingredients in point form rather then a big paragraph so its not as complicated. Awesome job though!:)

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