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:

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Finding a Simplified Ratio:

Writing a Ratio with a fraction

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

Writing a Ratio with a colon (Two Quantities)

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

Writing a Ratio with a colon (Three Quantities)

- Write the total number of the first item in the comparison to the left of the first colon
- Write the total number of the second item in the comparison to the right of the first colon
- Write the total number of the third item in the comparison to the right of the second colon
- Simplify by dividing each part by the GCF

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