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Rates are the ratio that compare two different quantities of varying units. For instance, miles per hour. Here, the word ‘per’ gives a clue that we are dealing with rates. Generally, it is expressed using the ‘/’ symbol. Similarly, the ratio between two different quantities with the second term as ‘1’ is referred to as ‘unit rates’. For example, in one minute, there are 60 seconds. In unit rates, it can be written as 60 seconds per minute. 


 

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Rates are the ratio that compare two different quantities of varying units. For instance, miles per hour. Here, the word ‘per’ gives a clue that we are dealing with rates. Generally, it is expressed using the ‘/’ symbol. Similarly, the ratio between two different quantities with the second term as ‘1’ is referred to as ‘unit rates’. For example, in one minute, there are 60 seconds. In unit rates, it can be written as 60 seconds per minute. 


 

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Rates are the ratio that compare two different quantities of varying units. For instance, miles per hour. Here, the word ‘per’ gives a clue that we are dealing with rates. Generally, it is expressed using the ‘/’ symbol. Similarly, the ratio between two different quantities with the second term as ‘1’ is referre...

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Grade 7
Rates And Proportional Relationships
7.RP.A.1

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