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# Find Unit Rates With Fractions (Word Problems) Worksheet

## 6 problems   The comparison of two quantities that have different units is known as rate. For example, \$30 Per Hour. Unit rate can be considered as a special type of rate where the second amount is 1. We can use the word ‘per’ for the unit rates. For example  \$30 Per Hour can be written as \$30 every hour. The formula to calculate unit rate is a/b or a:b where, a and b are two different quantities.

Ratios And Rates
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## Teaching Finding Unit Rates with Fractions Easily

• Firstly, to convert any quantity/rate into a unit rate, always divide the first quantity by the second.

• Then, you may multiply by its reciprocal.

• Lastly, simplify the equation if required.

Here is an example to solve a question on solving unit rates with fractions. Let’s look at the given example mentioned below to understand more about the concept.

Q: Amrita uses 6 lemons to make ¾ th of a jar of lemonade. How many lemonades does Amrita use per jar?

Step 1: Find the unit rate by dividing the total number of lemons by the gallons of lemonade.

So, 6 / 3 /4.

Step 2: Multiply it by reciprocating the equation.

6 * 4 / 3 = 24/3.

Step 3: Simplify the Equation.

24/3 = 8.

## Why Should you use finding unit rates with fractions worksheets for your students?

• Using these worksheets, students can easily find or determine the unit rates of any fractional part.
• Students can learn about different concepts such as rates, ratio, division, fraction and so on.

You can download and print these super fun equations with a finding unit rates with fractions worksheet  pdf from here for your students.

## Teaching Finding Unit Rates with Fractions Easily

• Firstly, to convert any quantity/rate into a unit rate, always divide the first quantity by the second.

• Then, you may multiply by its reciprocal.

• Lastly, simplify the equation if required.

Here is an example to solve a question on solving unit rates with fractions. Let’s look at the given example mentioned below to understand more about the concept...

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