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Ratios, Proportions, Scale Drawings, Similar Figures

Similar Figures figures that have the same shape, but different size. Their sides are proportional
Scale Drawing a drawing that is proportional to an actual object.
Scale Factor a scale written as a ratio in simplest form. The scale factor shows how many units in a picture or a model represent units in real life
Direct Variation In a table, a constant ratio exists. In a graph, the graph is a straight line that passes through the origin.
Ratio a comparison of two quantities by division
Rate a ratio comparing numbers with different units
Unit Rate a rate in which the second quantity is 1
Unit Price the price for 1 item/unit
Proportion an equation stating that two ratios are equivalent
Proportional Relationship exists when there is a constant ratio between two quantities
Created by: Math7