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Ratio, Rates, Unit Rates & more

Quiz by Robin Zaruba

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4 questions
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  • Q1
    Determine the unit rate for 4 fouls in 20 minutes
    1 foul every 5 minutes
    5 fouls every 1 minute
    1 foul every 4 minutes
    1 foul every 10 minutes
  • Q2
    If 2 dozen tennis balls cost $36, what is the unit cost per tennis ball.
    $3 per tennis ball
    $1.50 per tennis ball
    $18 per tennis ball
    $1 per tennis ball
  • Q3
    in 2002, Takaru Kobyashi ate 50 hotdogs in 12 minutes! At this rate & assuming he wouldn't explode, how many hot dogs could he eat in an hour if he continue at a constant rate?
    350 hotdogs
    250 hotdogs
    400 hotdogs
    200 hotdogs
  • Q4
    A total of 180 students & 35 chaperones are going on a field trip to the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC. What is the ratio of chaperones to students in simplest form?
    1 to 5
    7 to 36
    7 to 35
    36 to 7

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