Proportional Relationships (Common Core Standards 7.RP.2, 7.RP.2.a-d) Grade7commoncoremath - Unit 1 Ratios and Proportional Relationships.
7.RP.2. 7.RP.1. 7.RP - GA. 4mula Fun! :): More Proportion Help. WKU stands for Word Ratio, Known Ratio Unknown Ratio. Using this method when solving proportion problems will help make sure that you set up equivalent ratios that will make sense as you Cross Multiply an Divide. The word problem states "The Rangers scored 3 runs in the first inning. If they continue at this rate, how many runs will be scored in the entire game without any overtime? " After we read through the problem, we go through and circle the words that we are comparing, in this case runs and innings. This is our WORD ratio.
We then continue to read the problem to find our KNOWN ratio, in this case 3 runs in 1 inning. Glowing Rectangles. People spend lots of time staring at their screens (glowing rectangles). Kids spend hours each day using television, computers, mobile devices and so on. Use that interest to motivate your student’s analysis of screen ratios. Getty Images Not all screens have the same proportions. Some televisions are tube televisions and they look more like a squares compared to HDTVs. Use Brian’s investigation to discover and work with the proportions of all of these glowing rectangles. Glowing-rectangles.doc glowing-rectangles.pdf For members we have solutions and tips. glowing-rectangles-solutions.pdf glowing_rec_solutions.pdf Image from.