## Kim's Rate Problem

Group problem: Rate to Unit Rate

There was a farmer named JM. He left his farm from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm, when he came back, the chickens he was taking care of laid 5 chicken eggs. How many chicken eggs did the chickens laid per hour?

My Problem : Rate to Unit rate

Jessica went grocery shopping and spends \$6 for 3L of milk. How many liters of milk will she have if she spend \$10?

Group Problem: Unit rate to Rate

Krystal decided to do a long drive from Winnipeg to Calgary and made a choice to not change her speed the whole drive. She will make it to calgary in 4 hours. If her speed is 50km/hour . How many kilometers did she travelled the whole 4 hours?

My Problem: Unit rate to Rate

In cooking class, Grade 8's were supposed to bake 16 cookies per 2 trays. If they got a total of 4 trays instead of 2, How many cookies did they make?

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#### 8 comments :

1. The answer for the last word problem is 32 cookies for 4 trays because 16 cookies x 2 = 32 cookies.

Here is your word problem:
In cooking class, Grade 8's were supposed to bake 24 cookies per 3 trays. If they got a total of 9 trays instead of 3, how many cookies did they make?

1. The answer to your question is 72 cookies/9 trays I got this by dividing the number of trays(3) per 24 cookies which give me 8 as the answer. I times 8 by 9 (total of trays they got) and got 72.

2. 3/216(24x9)=72

2. Jessica will have 5L of milk.
I divided 6 and 3 then multiply it by 10 and
Channy went grocery shopping and spends \$5 for 4L of milk. How many liters of milk will she have if she spend \$20?

1. The answer to your question is \$20/16L of milk. I got this by dividing 4L to \$5 which give me \$1.25 as the answer and I divided \$20 to 1.25 and got 16.
You can also get the answer 16 by dividimg 5 to 4x20 which is 80. 5/80 =16