The Structure of Ratio Tables—Additive and Multiplicative

Build tables by understanding their structure. Scholars take a closer look at the structure of ratio tables in the 10th segment in a 29-part series. Individuals realize that the tables can be built using an additive or multiplicative procedure. They use this knowledge to create and verify ratio tables.

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Instructional Ideas
  • Be explicit about where the additive and multiplicative relationships occur in the tables
  • Lead a discussion on other ways to create ratio tables
Classroom Considerations
  • Class members need to know how to determine whether ratios are equivalent
Pros
  • Includes example solutions to open-ended questions
  • Uses color to highlight important aspects
Cons
  • The description of table B in the exercise is not totally accurate
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