The people in my group were Angelique and Anna.
Ratio- The relationship between 2 units with respect to the number of times the first contains the second.
Eg. If you have 10 cans on a shelf and a lady takes 4 cans off the shelf then your left with 6 cans on the shelf, the ratio of the cans still on the shelf to the cans with the lady is 6:4 - - you should always put a word ratio, the word ratio for this problem can be Shelf:Lady
Rate- Compares 2 quantities measure in different units.
unit rate- A rate in which the second term is one.
Eg. (unit rate) - If you have 10 cans/$12.00 and you want to know how much 4 cans would cost, you can use unit rate. Here's my example on how to use unit rate to solve a problem.
Proportion- A relationship that says that two ratios or two rates are equal.
Proportion statement : ___ ___ = ___ Eg. If 8 pencils cost $1.50, How much will 24 pencils cost?
My group and I made a remake of Sesame Street's video Supermarket Countdown.
This video counts down the number of cans on the shelf in the supermarket.
Here's our remake of the Supermarket Countdown:
"The Rate & Ratio Supermarket "