Read the problem below. Simplify the ratio and write it in three ways



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Warm Up:

Read the problem below. Simplify the ratio and write it in three ways.


















Key Points/Vocabulary:


  • Read the word problem carefully and identify the two things that are being compared.

  • Set up a proportion box and label each row

  • Re-read the problem and place the given information in the correct places of the proportion box

  • Solve the proportion for the missing information


Examples/Visuals:

Word Problem

Proportion

Solve

At a picnic, hamburgers and hot dogs were consumed in the ratio of 5 to 3. If 30 hamburgers were consumed, how many hot dogs were consumed?

Label Proportion box
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At the Stevenson school, chocolate milk is an option for lunch on Friday. There are three chocolate milks sold for every white milk. If 120 containers of chocolate milk were sold on Friday, how many containers of white milk were sold?

Label Proportion box

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At the party the boy-girl ratio was 5 to 3. If there were 30 boys, how many girls were there?

Label Proportion box

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CW: Solving Proportions from Word Problems
Directions:

missing number



Word Problem

Proportion

Solve




  1. A baseball player is hitting 2 home runs in every 25 times at bat. Suppose he continues at that rate. How many home runs will he hit in 560 times at bat?




Label Proportion box

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  1. An automobile used 8 gallons in travelling 120 miles. At that rate, how many gallons will be used in travelling 360 miles?











  1. Mr. Nicholas burned 96 calories during 8 minutes of jogging. How many calories would he burn during 14 minutes of jogging?











  1. An 11 pound turkey takes 270 minutes to cook. How many minutes would it take to cook an 18 pound turkey?












  1. Ms. Resele wants to buy 12 pounds of rice crispy treats for her students. What would be the cost if 3 pounds of rice crispy treats cost $4.50?












  1. On Ms. Ward’s science test, Quion had a ratio of 5 to 4 correct answers to incorrect answers. If Quion got 12 answers wrong, how many did Quion answer correctly?











  1. At the cafeteria the ratio of pints of chocolate milk sold to pints of plain mild sold is 4 to 7. At this rate how many pints of plain milk will be sold if 100 pints of chocolate milk are sold?









  1. In Ms. Froehlich’s homeroom, 3 out of every 5 students would prefer to play Wii than do their homework. If there are 20 students in her homeroom, how many prefer to play Wii than do their homework?









  1. Paul bought 5 boxes of cookies for $6.30. How much would it cost him to buy 8 boxes of cookies?








HW: Solving Proportions from Word Problems

Directions:

  • Read each word problem carefully

  • Create a proportion to solve for the

missing number

  • Solve the proportion.




Word Problem

Proportion

Solve




  1. Ms. Ivory can read 1,500 pages in 12 days. If she reads the same amount of pages each day, how many pages can Ms. Ivory read in 3 days?




Label Proportion box

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  1. The automobile insurance company receives 18 calls in 6 hours. How many calls do they received in 11 hours?












  1. At Nascar’s Indy 500, cars can travel 560 meters in 8 seconds. How many meters do they travel in 2 seconds?













  1. In a stadium, there are 168 seats in 8 rows. If each row has the same amount of seats, how many seats are in 5 rows?













  1. Ms. Ward wants to buy 45 cupcakes her students. What would be the cost if 3 cupcakes costs $4.50?













  1. On Ms. Ivory’s math test, Marcellus had a ratio of 4 to 3 correct answers to incorrect answers. If Marcellus got 6 answers wrong, how many did Marcellus answer correctly?






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EXIT TICKET: Solving Proportions

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