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Writing Equivalent Ratio's

Writing Equivalent Ratio's

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At the end of this lesson students will be able to use multiplication and division to write equivalent rations and to use the greatest common factor to write a ratio in its simplified form.

In this lesson students will learn to use multiplication and division to write equivalent rations and to use the greatest common factor to write a ratio in its simplified form.

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Writing Equivalent Ratios

At the end of this lesson you will be able to:

  • use multiplication to write equivalent ratios
  • use division to write equivalent ratios
  • use GCF to write ratios in simplest form
  • fill in missing information in a ratio table

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Writing Equivalent Ratios

In this video lessons students will learn how to write equivalent ratios using multiplication and division and also to use the greatest common factor to write a ratio in its simplest form.