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6th Math Mod 7

To solve a problem evaluate
Equal in value equivalent
Drawing that uses a scale to make an object proportionally smaller or larger than the real object scale drawing
A rate in which the second quantity is one unit unit rate
A rate that describes how much smaller or larger the scale drawing is than the real object scale factor
A fraction that compares two equivalent measurements conversion factor
A comparison of two quantities expressed with the same units. Can be written 3 ways—1 to 3, 1:3 or 1/3 ratio
Answer to a division problems quotient
An equation that states two ratios are equivalent proportion
A comparison by division of two quantities that have different units rate
The amount a container can hold when filled capacity
The change from one measurement unit to another conversion
y = ax multiplicitive relationship
y = x + a additive relationship
a math phrase that contains operations, numbers or variables expresion
a ratio comparing a number to 100 percent
Created by: ashaver