Algebra Question

Let’s start the discussion this week by identifying other ratios we see in our everyday lives.

Think of an example of a ratio you use in your life or in the workplace.

List the ratio and explain its meaning in context of the application.

Create an equivalent fraction of the ratio that you presented and explain why equivalent fractions would be used in this application.

Week 4
Initial Post Instructions
Did you drive to work today? If you did, you used a ratio. Driving 30 miles per hour involves a
ratio of two numbers. It can be written as a fraction: (30 miles)/(1 hour), or the way we most
commonly see it: 30 mph.
Let’s start the discussion this week by identifying other ratios we see in our everyday lives.
Think of an example of a ratio you use in your life or in the workplace.
List the ratio and explain its meaning in context of the application.
Create an equivalent fraction of the ratio that you presented and explain why equivalent fractions
would be used in this application.
Writing Requirements
Minimum of 2 posts (1 initial & 1 follow-up)
Minimum of 1 source cited
APA format for in-text citations and list of references

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