Web Search Results for "ratio proportion"

Ratios and Proportions - Proportions - First Glance
18 Jan 2017 at 11:46pm
A proportion is a name we give to a statement that two ratios are equal. It can be written in two ways: two equal fractions,

BBC - Skillswise - Ratio and proportion
9 Jan 2017 at 8:58pm
Learn how to improve your use of ratio and proportion with these maths skills resources, videos and games designed for adults who want to improve their numeracy ...

Sixth Grade Interactive Math Skills - Ratio and Proportion
16 Jan 2017 at 9:11pm
interactive Math skills resources - sixth grade math concepts, ratio and proportion

Ratio & Proportion - Purplemath, Inc
9 Jan 2017 at 4:37am
Proportions are built from ratios. A "ratio" is just a comparison between two different things. For instance, someone can look at a group of people ...

Ratio And Proportion Powerpoint - SlideShare
19 Jan 2017 at 7:41pm
Ratio and Proportion Adult Numeracy N1/ L1.7 Work out simple ratio and direct proportion Understand simple ratio as the number of parts, e.g. three parts ...

Ratio and proportion - A complete course in arithmetic
20 Jan 2017 at 2:25pm
Lesson 17. RATIO AND PROPORTION. Ratio is the spoken language of arithmetic. It is how we relate quantities of the same kind. 6 people, for example, are half of 12 ...

Ratio, Proportion, Percent Games | MathPlayground.com
20 Jan 2017 at 3:30pm
Ratio, proportion and percent games, videos, word problems, manipulatives and more.

Ratio and proportion - Khan Academy
18 Jan 2017 at 4:29pm
In certain situations, comparison by division makes better sense than comparison by taking the difference. The comparison by division is called the ratio of the two ...

Ratio and Proportion - Aptitude Questions and Answers
20 Jan 2017 at 7:19pm
Why Aptitude Ratio and Proportion? In this section you can learn and practice Aptitude Questions based on "Ratio and Proportion" and improve your skills in order to ...

Ratio or Proportion? : nrich.maths.org
9 Jan 2017 at 10:52pm
An article for teachers which discusses the differences between ratio and proportion, and invites readers to contribute their own thoughts.



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