# Ch 32: Ratios & Proportional Reasoning

The short and engaging video and text lessons in this chapter ensure you have a good understanding of ratios and proportional reasoning. Gain greater insight into the constant of proportionality, equivalent fractions and rates.

## Ratios & Proportional Reasoning- Chapter Summary

Advanced math concepts can sometimes be challenging to grasp. Simplify the process by using this chapter to ensure you fully comprehend ratios and proportional reasoning. Lessons take a close look at definitions, applications and examples of ratios, rates, proportion and more. Once you've completed this chapter, you will have the knowledge to:

• Define ratios and rates, and demonstrate how to use them to make comparisons
• Exhibit an understanding of proportion and how to solve proportion problems
• Share ways to find the constant of proportionality in equations, word problems and more
• Provide the meaning of equivalent fractions and other fraction terminology
• Describe proportional relationships in similar triangles

Resources in this chapter ensure you're able to understand ratios and proportional reasoning in a manner that suits you best. Review the lessons in any sequence you desire from your computer, smartphone or tablet. Access them anytime, day or night, and revisit them as often as needed. Reinforce what you've learned by taking short lesson quizzes and a chapter exam. Further enhance your knowledge by sending your lesson topic questions to our experts.

5 Lessons in Chapter 32: Ratios & Proportional Reasoning
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Chapter Practice Exam
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