Sunday, November 1, 2009

Ammorn's Rate Growing Post

Part 1


Ratio- Compares two quantities measured in the same units.
Rate- Compares two quantities measured in different units.

The difference between ratio and rate are, ratio is measured in same units and rate is measured in different units.

Page 60,

4. Determine the unit rate in each situation.

a)An orca swims 110 km in 2 hrs
55 km/h

b) A Canada goose flies 800 hm in 12.4 h.
64 km/h

c) Cathy plant 45 daffodils in 30 min.
90 daffodils / hr

Page 61,

11. Shannon buys 12 granola bars for $9.96.

a) Determine the price per bar. Give your answer in dollars and cents.
$9.96 divided by 12 granola bars = $0.83/ bar

b) Explain whether your answer in part a) is a ratio or rate.
Part a) is a rate because it compares two different units.

Coin Math Question
If the jar adds up to $100 and there are 1800 coins, what's the unit rate for every dollar ?

Part 2
Ingredients converted into ml:
1/2 lb ground beef
1 medium onion diced
1 celery finely sliced
1 clove garlic
420 g can of tomatoes chopped
1/2 can of tomatoe paste
5 ml parsley
7 ml basil
5 ml oregano
5 ml sugar
2 ml worchestershire sauce
2 ml seasoning salt
1 bay leaf
1) What would the recipe look like if it had to serve 10 people ? Show your calculations.
11/4 lb ground beef
2 1/2 medium onion diced
2 1/2 celery finely sliced
2 1/2 clove garlice
1050 g can of tomatoes chopped
11/4 can of tomato paste
12.5 ml parsley
17.5 ml basil
12.5 ml oregano
12.5 ml sugar
5 ml worchestershire sauce
5 ml seasoning salt
2 1/2 bay leaf
I multiplied everything by 2.5.
2) What would the recipe look like if you had to only serve 1 person ? Show your calculations.
0.125 lb ground beef
1/4 medium onion diced
1/4 celery finely sliced
1/4 clove garlic
105 g can of tomatoes chopped
0.125 can of tomato paste
1.25 ml parsley
1.75 ml basil
1.25 ml oregano
1.25 ml sugar
o.5 ml worchestershire sauce
0.5 ml seasoning sauce
1/4 bay leaf
I divided all the ingredients by 4.

1 comment:

×Jusŧıŋ£8-17× said...

goood job , you did a good job with the colours .


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