In the same ratio

In this lesson, you will learn to scale up from one group to ‘many’ groups and use multiplicative relationships to calculate unknown values in the ‘many’ groups.

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Q1.Fill in the gap: We can describe the ____________ between two or more quantities by comparing them with each other.

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Q2.Fill in the gap: We can describe the relationship between two values using __________ notation.

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Q3.I make groups of grey and white counters in the ratio 3:4. How many grey counters are there in two groups?

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Q4.I make groups of grey and white counters in the ratio 3:4. How many white counters are there in five groups?

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Q5.I make groups of grey and white counters in the ratio 3:4. How many grey counters and white counters are there in 100 groups?

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Q1.Fill in the gap: We can describe the ____________ between two or more quantities by comparing them with each other.

1/5

Q2.Fill in the gap: We can describe the relationship between two values using __________ notation.

2/5

Q3.I make groups of grey and white counters in the ratio 3:4. How many grey counters are there in two groups?

3/5

Q4.I make groups of grey and white counters in the ratio 3:4. How many white counters are there in five groups?

4/5

Q5.I make groups of grey and white counters in the ratio 3:4. How many grey counters and white counters are there in 100 groups?

5/5

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In the same ratio quiz

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Q1.Fill in the gap: Two quantities are said to be in the same ratio, if there is an equivalent _____________ relationship between them.

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Q2.Fill in the gap: 2 litres of red paint and 5 litres of white paint are in the same_______ as 5 litres of red paint and 12.5 litres of white paint.

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Q3.I mix 2 litres of squash with 3 litres of water. I need more that tastes the same. How much squash should I mix with 9 litres of water?

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Q4.Fill in the missing ratio: I mix 2 litres of squash with 7 litres of water. The ratio of squash to water is …. : ....

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Q5.Fill in the missing number: I mix 4 litres of yellow paint with 10 litres of red paint. The ratio of yellow to red is …. : 5.

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In the same ratio quiz

Apply your understanding to this quiz.

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Q1.Fill in the gap: Two quantities are said to be in the same ratio, if there is an equivalent _____________ relationship between them.

1/5

Q2.Fill in the gap: 2 litres of red paint and 5 litres of white paint are in the same_______ as 5 litres of red paint and 12.5 litres of white paint.

2/5

Q3.I mix 2 litres of squash with 3 litres of water. I need more that tastes the same. How much squash should I mix with 9 litres of water?

3/5

Q4.Fill in the missing ratio: I mix 2 litres of squash with 7 litres of water. The ratio of squash to water is …. : ....

4/5

Q5.Fill in the missing number: I mix 4 litres of yellow paint with 10 litres of red paint. The ratio of yellow to red is …. : 5.

5/5

Lesson summary: In the same ratio

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