1.
Ratios and Proportions
These are practice problems on ratios
and proportions
2.
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Recently, a small college had an enrollment of
1,342 students and a total of 215 faculty. What was the student-faculty ratio
for this college? Write your answer as both a mixed number in simplest form
and a decimal rounded to the nearest hundredth.
___________ = _____ = _____ =6.24Student
Faculty
1342
215
3.
BASKETBALL In the 2000–2001 season, Shaquille O’Neal made 813 field goals out of
1,422 attempts. What was Shaquille O’Neal’s ratio of successful field goals to
attempts? Write your answer as both a fraction in simplest form and a decimal
rounded to the nearest thousandth.
_____________ = ______ = ______ =1.74
Field goal made 813
Field goal attemped 1422
4.
My Problem
Students from Voise Academy high school have 630 students and
only 25 faculty member’s. what is the student to faculty ratio
?
=14.4
Student
Faculty
630
25
72
5
5.
Reflection
• What did you like about this assignment?
• What could be improved with this
assignment?
• How do you see a blog being useful in
Geometry?
• What other tools/resources/projects would
you like to do this year?
6.
What did you like about this
assignment?
• What I liked about this assignment was that its
was pretty self direct and it was fun to make
your own problem.
7.
What could be improved with this
assignment?
• There could be more example to help you
understand more and it could just explain
more.
8.
How do you see a blog being useful in
Geometry?
• I don’t see the point of talking about
geometry in a blog when some people sont
find it interesting or feel like doing any of the
work the teacher gives us so I don’t really see
a blog useful in the Geometry class.
9.
What other tools/resources/projects
would you like to do this year?
• I would like to actually use Geometry in real
life situation so I can actually see what I'm
going to use this geometry in life.
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