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A unit rate can be defined as the rate for a single item. The unit rate is generally mentioned in the form of a ratio having the denominator 1. For example, a person covers 70 yards in 10 seconds, then it means he would run 7 yards on an average every second. It is clear that 7 yards covered in a second is a unit rate. 


 

The time and minute exercises are mostly followed by the students, hence, here is the unit rates with hours and minutes quiz for teachers to share with the students  to practice this concept. 

A unit rate can be defined as the rate for a single item. The unit rate is generally mentioned in the form of a ratio having the denominator 1. For example, a person covers 70 yards in 10 seconds, then it means he would run 7 yards on an average every second. It is clear that 7 yards covered in a second is a unit rate. 


 

The time and minute exercises are mostly followed by the students, hence, here is the unit rates with hours and minutes quiz for teachers to share with the students  to practice this concept. 

A unit rate can be defined as the rate for a single item. The unit rate is generally mentioned in the form of a ratio having the denominator 1. For example, a person covers 70 yards in 10 seconds, then it means he would run 7 yards on an average every second. It is clear that 7 yard...

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