Candy13106
  • Candy13106
Give me an example of a unit rate used in a real-world problem sitatution?
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Candy13106
  • Candy13106
plz help anyone plz
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
plz help plz
anonymous
  • anonymous
miles per hour students per classroom dollars per candy bar

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Candy13106
  • Candy13106
um i really dont understand that
anonymous
  • anonymous
I had to look it up too - the formal definition isn't really clear but here it is: A unit rate describes how many units of the first type of quantity corresponds to one unit of the second type of quantity. so basically you want to make sure that your unit is singular. so you could describe driving down the road as "I was going fast - I was going 20 miles per 60 minutes" but while that is a rate it isn't a unit rate for it to qualify as a unit rate the second item needs to be singular: I was going 20 mile per hour...... rate = 20 miles unit = hour any better?
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
ok brb
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
ok bac
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
i dont understand that
anonymous
  • anonymous
what's throwing you off?
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
make it shoter plz
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
u here me
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
hello u there
anonymous
  • anonymous
phone
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
wat phone
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
u there
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
ok he just realing confused me now there fore i am lost
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
trying to pick bac up
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok so do you have to create a word problem? or do you just need units of measurement?
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
create a wrold problem yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok so what you could do is use MPH or MPG i'm sure you've heard of these before you could also use a unit of measurement in time like feet per second or something similar got me?
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
i did not hear MPH or MPG i dont even have no idea wat ur talking bout
anonymous
  • anonymous
you must use KPH right?
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
well the first reason y didnt cause my math teacher never explains us how do our work so i try t o ask her for some help but for some reason its beacuse i think that she does not know wat the answer is
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
and its the end of class and leave with our brains empty thats y i go on hear aint that pretty folish
anonymous
  • anonymous
i use this pretty religously too don't worry the people on here know tons more than most teachers lol but anyways we will just stick to FPS which is feet per second this is used to explain how fast a projectile can travel
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
oh kool very nice for me to learn something that my dumb teacher didnt even teach
anonymous
  • anonymous
well this something you would learn in like physical science or something like that. but anyways what are the basis you're supposed to follow for the problem?
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
um well give an example of a unite rate used in a real-world prblem thats all iknnow
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok and make a word problem from it ok so give me two names
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
like candy u mean or crakerss
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
im not quiet sure
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
plz hurry plz
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
im bout to fall asleep man plz hurry
anonymous
  • anonymous
no like people cause we are using FPS-feet per second (not to be confused with frames per second)
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
ok and than wat
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
ok i got to go srry
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok
KenLJW
  • KenLJW
Rate of change is how one variable changes with respect to another The unit rate is the ratio of dimensions, units example I walk 1 mile in 20 minutes : this in rate of change unit rate is miles/minute can be converted to miles/hour, miles/second, feet/minute ect
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
i just understamd

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