Ratio and Proportion
6th - 8th
Middle schoolers review the definition and rules for equivalent fractions. Additionally, they are introduced to equivalent ratios. They write examples of ratios from the board, and they come to the board to write the correct equivalent ratios, giving reasons for their choices.
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