Solve ratio and rate problems using double number lines, tables, and unit rate.
This lesson reviews concepts from 6th grade; Anchor Problems can be chosen based on what specific concept and/or skill review students need. Find more guidance on adapting our math curriculum for remote learning here.
Jack mixes yellow and blue paint to make a green paint that he will use to paint his basement. He uses a ratio of 3 pints of yellow paint for every 2 pints of blue paint. Jack pours 18 pints of yellow paint into a bucket.
Terrance bikes 3.6 miles to school in 18 minutes. Jaqueline bikes 5.4 miles to school in 30 minutes. Assuming each student rode at a constant speed, who is traveling at a faster speed?
At the corner market, you can buy rice by the pound. The table below shows some weights and their corresponding costs.
|Rice (lbs.)||Cost ($)|
The following resources include problems and activities aligned to the objective of the lesson that can be used to create your own problem set.
The distance and time traveled for 4 toy cars is shown in the table below.
|Car||Time (seconds)||Distance (meters)|
Which two cars are traveling at the same constant speed? Show or explain how you determined your answer.