Use ratio to express relationships

In this lesson, we will use ratio to express relationships. We will create mathematical statements to explain proportion in different patterns using ratios.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.Using fractions, what proportion of the shapes are squares?

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Q2.Using fractions, what proportion of the shapes are hexagons?

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Q3.If there were 30 shapes in the pattern, how many would be squares?

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Q4.If there were 48 shapes in the pattern, how many would be hexagons?

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Quiz:

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!

Q1.Using fractions, what proportion of the shapes are squares?

1/4

Q2.Using fractions, what proportion of the shapes are hexagons?

2/4

Q3.If there were 30 shapes in the pattern, how many would be squares?

3/4

Q4.If there were 48 shapes in the pattern, how many would be hexagons?

4/4

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Use ratio to express relationships

Use ratio to express relationships.

Q1.What is the ratio of squares to hexagons?

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Q2.What is the ratio of hexagons to squares?

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Q3.Sarah is making chocolate chip cookies. For every 6 milk chocolate cookies she makes, she makes 1 white chocolate cookie. What is the ratio of milk chocolate to white chocolate cookies?

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Q4.Zak bakes chocolate muffins and blueberry muffins in the ratio 3:1. If he makes 24 muffins, how many are chocolate?

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Quiz:

Use ratio to express relationships

Use ratio to express relationships.

Q1.What is the ratio of squares to hexagons?

1/4

Q2.What is the ratio of hexagons to squares?

2/4

Q3.Sarah is making chocolate chip cookies. For every 6 milk chocolate cookies she makes, she makes 1 white chocolate cookie. What is the ratio of milk chocolate to white chocolate cookies?

3/4

Q4.Zak bakes chocolate muffins and blueberry muffins in the ratio 3:1. If he makes 24 muffins, how many are chocolate?

4/4

Lesson summary: Use ratio to express relationships

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