Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Rosheena's rate and unit rate problem

                                                                         Math Homework









Group Problem:
                   
 If the are 6 girls per 2 boys, how much girls would there be if there if there is just one boy?




Own Problem:
                        Rate:
                                     If there 9 periods per day, how much is the total period in 30 days?
                                                   
                                                     
 



                                      
                                 2). If Isabelle worked for 8 hours per day, what is the total hours she earned, if she had work 28 days straight?
                                                         















                              Unit Rate:
                                               If every car in the block have 5 passenger each, what is the total amount of passenger if there are 15 cars on the block?
                                                         









                 2). If Jerry have 27 papers and 9 pencils how much pencil does each paper get?
                                                 






5 comments :

  1. If the are 20 girls per 4 boys, how much girls would there be if there if there is just 2 boy?

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    1. 10 girls because 20 divided by 2 = 10
      thanks aisley

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  2. Here's the question for no.2:
    ~Each pencil will have 3 papers because 27/9 is equal to 3 so that means there will be 3 papers.

    Here's a question:
    If every car in the block have 4 passenger each, what is the total amount of passenger if there are 24 cars on the block?

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    1. there are 96 passenger in 24 cars on the block because 24.4=96
      thanks justine

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