Comparing Ratios Using Tables & Graphs


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Which is not a way you can show an example of a ratio?

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1. What is the best example of how a ratio table can help to find an answer to a real-world problem?

2. Create a table to solve the problem. I will need 2 bottles of soda for every 8 guests. If I have 10 bottles of soda, how many guests could I serve?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet checks that you understand how to use tables and graphs to compare ratios. You'll check your understanding of what ratios are and how to apply them to everyday problems.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Use this quiz and worksheet as an evaluation of what you know about:

  • Ways to show a ratio
  • How a ratio table can help solve real-world problems
  • Creating ratio tables
  • Using ratio tables to solve sample problems

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - see if you remember the different ways to express a ratio
  • Knowledge application - use what you know about creating ratio tables to answer questions
  • Problem solving - use your knowledge of ratio tables to correctly solve sample problems

Additional Learning

If you would like to read about this topic in greater detail, you can look in the lesson, Comparing Ratios Using Tables & Graphs. This lesson offers a closer look at:

  • Defining ratios
  • Understanding what a ratio table looks like
  • Setting up a ratio table
  • Turning the table into an algebraic expression
  • Creating a rule
  • How patterns apply to ration tables