Find the unit rate of ratios involving fractions.
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Find the unit rate in each situation below in miles per hour.
Angel and Jayden were at track practice. The track is $${{2 \over 5}}$$ kilometers around.
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Which is the better deal? Justify your response.
3$${1 \over3}$$ lb. of turkey for $10.50
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2$${1 \over2}$$ lb. of turkey for $6.25
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On rollerskates, Ian can travel $$\frac{3}{4}$$ of a mile in 5 minutes. On his bike, he can travel $$3 \frac{1}{2}$$ miles in 12 minutes. How fast, in miles per hour, can Ian travel on rollerskates and on his bike?
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