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"6th Grade MathThematics Module 6. Sections 1-4 Collective"

ratio a type of comparison of two numbers or measures. They can be written several ways
equivalent ratios ratios that can be written as equivalent fractions
rate a ratio that compares two quantities measured in different units. They describe how one measure depends on another
unit rate a form of a rate that gives an amount per one unit
“nice” fraction a fraction like 1/3, ¼, or 2/5 that can be used to estimate a ratio or percent, making computation easier
fitted line a line that passes near to most of the data points in a scatter plot, so close to half of the data points fall above the line and half of the data points fall below the line
scatter plot a graph that shows the relationship between two sets of data. The data is represented by points and a fitted line can be drawn through the points
proportion an equation stating that two ratios are equivalent
cross products equal products formed from a pair of equivalent ratios by multiplying
Created by: MicahS