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Free printable and online worksheets to help Grade 6 students understand that the value of the ratio A:B is the A/B. if two ratios are equivalent, then their values are the same. How to use the value of a ratio to solve ratio problems. use the value of a ratio in to determine whether two ratios are equivalent.
An equivalent ratio table is a structured list that shows multiple ratios which all represent the same proportional relationship between two quantities. It’s a helpful tool for visualizing and understanding equivalent ratios.
An equivalent ratio table typically has two columns.
The first column represents one of the quantities being compared.
The second column represents the other quantity.
You can start with a known ratio in the first row.
To find equivalent ratios, you can multiply both numbers in the initial ratio by the same constant (except zero) to get new ratios in the table while maintaining the proportion.
Equivalent ratio tables provide a clear visual representation of how different ratios can express the same proportionality. They can be used to easily identify missing quantities in ratio word problems.
By using equivalent ratio tables, you can efficiently solve ratio problems, identify proportional relationships, and understand how different ratios can represent the same underlying comparison between quantities.
Have a look at this video if you need to review how to use the equivalent ratio tables to solve word problems.
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