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Hello everyone, today I am going to talk about Ratios, rates, unit rates, and unit analysis. The difference between a ratio and a rate is a Ratio is a comparison using division and Rate is a ratio comparing two different units. A Unit Rate is a rate with a denominator of one. Where you would use this in real life is at a store when buying something that is on sale. What a Unit Analysis is the major entity that is being analyzed in the study.
Here is a URL to a website that gives examples and has unit analysis practice problems.
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Thanks for listening!

Article posted February 15, 2012 at 09:48 PM • comment • Reads 57 • see all articles

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