Practice Objectives
• Demonstrate the ability to compare two quantities using a ratio
• Demonstrate the ability to compare three quantities using a ratio
• Demonstrate the ability to simplify a ratio

## Practice Simplifying & Identifying Ratios

Instructions:

Answer 7/10 questions correctly to pass.

Problem:

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Finding a Simplified Ratio:

Writing a Ratio with a fraction

1. Write the total number of the first item in the comparison in the numerator
2. Write the total number of the second item in the comparison in the denominator
3. Simplify the fraction by dividing each part by the GCF (leave any denominator of 1)

Writing a Ratio with a colon (Two Quantities)

1. Write the total number of the first item in the comparison to the left of the colon
2. Write the total number of the second item in the comparison to the right of the colon
3. Simplify by dividing each part by the GCF

Writing a Ratio with a colon (Three Quantities)

1. Write the total number of the first item in the comparison to the left of the first colon
2. Write the total number of the second item in the comparison to the right of the first colon
3. Write the total number of the third item in the comparison to the right of the second colon
4. Simplify by dividing each part by the GCF

Step-by-Step:

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Correct Answers: 0 of 7

Wrong Answers: 0 of 3

Wow! You have mastered Writing Ratios!