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How do you change a fraction to decimal? Divide the top by the bottom.
What is rate of change? A rate that describes how one other quantity changes in relation to another.A rate rate of change is usually expressed as a unit rate.
What is probability? The chance some event will happen.It is the ratio of the favorable outcomes to the number of possible outcomes.
What is proportions? An equation stating that two rates are equivalent.
Wat is proportional? The relationship between two ratios with a constant rate or ratio.
What is percent proportions? One ratio or fraction comoares part of a quantity to the whole quantity.The other ratio is the equivalent percent written as a fraction with a denominator of 100.
What is ordered pairs? A pair of numbers used to locate a point in the coordinate plane.An oredered pair is written i th form (x~coorsinate,y~coordinate)
What is slope? The rrate of change between any two points on a line.The ratio of vertical change to horizontal change.The slope tells how steep the linw is.
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