Rates and Unit Rates

Quiz by Estela Lugo

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4 questions
• Q1

Rewrite each given rate as a unit rate.

A carnival game advertises 50 cents to toss 4 rings.

$\frac\left\{8\ cents\right\}\left\{1\ ring\right\}$

$\frac\left\{25\ cents\right\}\left\{1\ ring\right\}$

$\frac\left\{12.5\ cents\right\}\left\{1\ ring\right\}$

$\frac\left\{16\ cents\right\}\left\{1\ ring\right\}$

120s
• Q2

Mr. Johnson pumped 12 gallons of gas into his car. How many liters of gas would that be?

(1 gal = 3.8 L)

24.16 liters

45.6 liters

36.16 liters

3.15 liters

120s
• Q3
120s
• Q4

Andrew ran 8 kilometers. One mile is approximately equal to 1.6 kilometers. Which measurement is closest to the number of miles Andrew ran?

9.6 mi

12.8 mi

5 mi

6.4 mi

120s

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