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what does THAT MEANS?
Firstly a Unit Rate is a comparison of two different quantities when they are combined together. What quantities are combined together in number one? Can you see anything?
sorry is 3 and 9
Right, because Mrs. O'Neill can 24 square feet in 9 hours and we want to know how many feet she can tile in 9. 9 and 3 are two different time quantities. You could explain this for problem one, in your own words. One tip I'd give is to give the definition of a Unit Rate and then state the above, because this shows your teacher or whomever is grading it that you understand what it is and you've been attentive.
Do you understand?
yes, can you help me with # 2. Thanks
An 18 ounce box and a 30 ounce box...does that sound like it fits the definition of proportion to you? Sounds like it to me.
I don't understand
A proportion is a part, share, or number considered in comparative relation to a whole. 18 ounces and 30 ounces are proportions. They are different parts and numbers
So you can't use a proportion for this problem
@blanca1 it is 72, cuz in one hour is 8 feet, so 8 x 9 = 72 :)
to figure that 1 hour is 24 / 3 = 8 and 8 x 9 = 72
and alo 24 x 3 = 216
yea but check out the questions #1, and #2.
on #1 what is the question? it just says " She Can tile 72 Square feet in 9 hours "
the question for #1 is can you use a unit rate to solve problem #1. explain
Dunnno what a unit Rate is :(