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Unit 1

CLO: Students will be able to ____________ several ways for writing a ratios. Learn methods for

solving proportions and solve problems by writing and solving proportions.

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question are answered

correctly with work

shown. Complete

sentences are used if

necessary.

but not enough work was

shown. -or- The answer

is not correct but lots of

work was shown.

was attempted but it is

not complete or correct.

Opening Exercise

At Frugal Foods a loaf of bread cost about $1 in 1980. In 2013, the loaf of bread cost $2.50.

1. A ratio is a comparison of two amounts by division. What is the ratio of the cost of a loaf of bread

in 2013 to the cost in 1980?

2. Assuming the price of clothing increased at the same rate, if the cost of jeans at Cobbs Corner

was $15 in 1980, what would the cost of the jeans be in 2013?

Explain:

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Two quantities that change at the same rate, so they keep equal ratios, are proportional.

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Mr. Pullutasig

Classwork

Gizmo Warm-up

If you could travel to the Moon, you would weigh less there. So would a baseball, or a car, or

anything. Like the prices above, the weights of any two objects would change proportionally.

In the Beam to Moon GizmoTM, you can find what your weight would be on the Moon with ratios

and proportions. A proportion is an equation of two equal ratios.

1. In the Gizmo, be sure Pounds is selected at the bottom right, and be sure the Moon is

selected. Drag the flower onto the first scale, on Earth, and then onto the scale on the Moon.

A. What is the flowers Earth weight?

2. Type your weight at the top left corner of the Gizmo and hit Enter. Then select Newtons.

A. What is your weight in pounds?

In Newtons?

Explain. ____________________________________________________________________________

Exercises

Name:

Unit 1

CLO: Students will be able to ____________ several ways for writing a ratios. Learn methods for

solving proportions and solve problems by writing and solving proportions.

Get the Gizmo ready:

Select Pounds in the bottom right.

Select Moon from the menu.

1. In the Gizmo, place the watermelon on the scale on Earth, and on the Moon.

A. How much does the watermelon weigh in each location? (Use units on the answers.)

Earth weight:

Moon weight:

B. What is the ratio of Moon weight to Earth weight of the watermelon? Write this as a fraction and

as a decimal.

C. Find the same ratio (Moon weight to Earth weight) of the flower and the baseball. What do you

notice?

D. How much do you weigh on Earth?

Moon weight?

proportion. One fraction should include

the Moon weight and Earth weight of the

baseball, flower, or watermelon. The

other fraction should be for your

weights. (Use x for your Moon weight.)

Then solve the proportion to find what

your weight would be on the Moon.

F. Using the Gizmo, check your answer. (To do this, first type in your weight at the top left corner of

the Gizmo. Then weigh the baseball, flower, or watermelon on the Moon and on Earth. When all

three weights are entered, click Beam Away.)

2. An object weighs 30 pounds on Earth. How much will it weigh on the Moon?

Explain.

3. An object weights 30 pounds on the Moon. How much will it weigh on Earth?

Explain.

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Mr. Pullutasig

Lesson Summary

Ratios:

Proportions:

Variable:

Homework

3. Write each ratio as a fraction. Be sure to include units in both the numerator and the

denominator.

a. Jeremys car will go 400 miles on 12 gallons of gas.

b. In 1988, Florence Griffith-Joyner ran 100 meters in 10.49 seconds.

c. In Monaco in 2000, 32,231 people lived in 1.95 square kilometers.

d. Light travels 186,282 miles in 1 second.

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