Do ratios always make sense?
Use different models to explore proportional relationships.
What is the relationship in each pair of problems?
How do percentages affect inverse proportions?
Determine the relationship between ratios.
Explore the relationship between increases in area and perimeter.
Determine how many adults and children can get on a ferry boat.
Predict the cost of the movie tickets.
What is the fewest number of years until an investment doubles in value?
Find the ratio of the volume of a cube to its surface area.
How many years has a 14 year old spent dreaming?
If Trina and Mariel started painting at different times, what is Mariel’s fair share of the earnings?
With a population of approximately 275 million people in the United States, what is your share of the national debt?
Determine possible scores for missing math exams.
Determine the number of people in an initial sample of people taste testing their favorite soft drink.
Determine why a procedure always lead to a certain result.
Determine how much manganese, carbon, and aluminum exist in an alloy.
Find as many possible proportions that exist in a given situation.
How are inversely proportional relationships related?
Modify components of a square and determine if a proportional relationship exists.
Determine if the relationship is proportional.
Determine which problems are proportion problems and which are not.
Find a relationship between sides in two triangles.
Help Cathy figure out which soup is the best buy.
How did these students decide which is the best movie?
Find the relationship between the sides and areas of two triangles.
Describe how a triangle’s median is divided.
Make a scale drawing of what a roof would look like.
Consider the assumptions we make when we compare fractions.
Determine the relationship between fractions and ratios.
Determine whether ratios and fractions are rational or irrational.
Where is it okay to use a zero in ratios and fractions?
Consider a ratio formed by measurements in a circle.
Look for differences between ratios and fractions.
Explain a general rule for determining the sine, cosine, and tangent of an angle in a right triangle.
Use the Fibonacci’s sequence to examine ratios.
Consider how the number of football players can be represented as fractions and ratios.
Looking at the inversely proportional relationship between camera aperture and f-stops in photography.
Looking at how inverse proportion relates to science.