I.E.S. MARÍA BELLIDO - BAILÉN            BILINGUAL SECTION – MARÍA ESTHER DE LA ROSA                           PROPORTIONA...
2. PROPORTIONS AND CONSTANT OF PROPORTIONALITYA proportion is an equality between two ratios.                             ...
4. CALCULATING THE UNKNOWN TERM OF ONE PROPORTIONTo calculate the unknown term of one proportion we use the first property...
In this example, the distance and time are directly proportional, because when the distance increases,the total time incre...
6. INVERSE PROPORTIONSTwo quantities are inversely proportional when one is multiplied or divided by anynumber, the other ...
Example 3: It takes 14 hours for a faucet with a flow of 18 liters per minute to fill a reservoir withwater. How long will...
8. SIMPLE INTERESTThe interest is the amount of money that is paid in addition to the amount borrowed. Thetotal interest i...
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  1. 1. I.E.S. MARÍA BELLIDO - BAILÉN BILINGUAL SECTION – MARÍA ESTHER DE LA ROSA PROPORTIONALITY AND PERCENTAGES1. RATIOA ratio is the quotient between two numbers or two comparable quantities which isexpressed as a fraction.The terms of a ratio are called the antecedent and the consequent. The antecedent is thenumerator and the consequent is the denominator.ExampleThe ratio of girls in a group of students is 5 for every 10 boys: or 1:2). This ratio of girls in agroup expresses how many girls there are in relation to boys, however, it can also beexpressed in terms of the total number of people in a group (1+2=3). For example, 1 of every3 students is a girl.It is important to remember that ratios and rational numbers are not the same. If is arational number a and b are integers con b≠0, while in the ratio, a and b can be decimalnumbers.
  2. 2. 2. PROPORTIONS AND CONSTANT OF PROPORTIONALITYA proportion is an equality between two ratios. K IS A CONSTANT OF PROPORTIONALITY3. PROPERTIES OF PROPORTIONS1. In a proportion, the product of the means equals the product of the extremes (crossmultiplication).2. In a proportion of two or more equal ratios, the sum of the antecedents divided by the sum ofthe consequents is equal to any one of the ratios.3. If the means and extremes in a proportion swap positions, the proportion does not vary.
  3. 3. 4. CALCULATING THE UNKNOWN TERM OF ONE PROPORTIONTo calculate the unknown term of one proportion we use the first property of the proportion:Example 1Example 2Example 3Example 45. DIRECT PROPORTIONSTwo variables are directly proportional when one variable is multiplied or divided oneby any number, the other variable is also multiplied or divided by that same number. y = kx. k is the constant of proportionality.Example 1: the weight of a product and its price are directly proportional: If 1 pound of tomatoes cost$2, 2 pounds will cost $4 and ½ pound cost $1.Example 2: A car travels 240 miles at a constant speed in 3 hours. How many miles will be travelledin 2 hours?
  4. 4. In this example, the distance and time are directly proportional, because when the distance increases,the total time increases and when the distance decreases, the total time decreases.Follow these steps to complete a direct proportionality word problem: • Write down the ratio using one type of term (number of miles). • Write down the ratio with the second type of term (number of hours). • Cross-multiply, divide and solveExample 3: A grandfather shares $450 between his three grandchildren who are 8, 12 and 16 years ofage. If he distributes the money in proportion to their ages, how much will each one receive?In this example, the age and the money are directly proportional because the older the children are,the more money they will receive and the younger the children are, the less money they will receive.Let x, y, z represent the amounts that each will receive.For the properties of proportionsEach grandchild will receive:
  5. 5. 6. INVERSE PROPORTIONSTwo quantities are inversely proportional when one is multiplied or divided by anynumber, the other is divided or multiplied by the same number.Example 1: Speed and time are inversely proportional because as the speed increases, thetime it takes to reach the destination decreases.Example 2: 3 workers build a wall in 12 hours. How long would it have taken for 6 equallyproductive workers?In this example, the number of workers and the time are inversely proportional, becausewhen the quantity of people decreases, the total time increases and when the quantity ofpeople increases, the total time decreases.Follow these steps to complete an inverse proportionality word problem: • Write down the ratio using one type of term (number of workers). • Write down the ratio with the second type of term (number of hours). • Invert one of the ratios (flip it upside down). • Cross-multiply, divide and solve (the same method used for direct proportions).
  6. 6. Example 3: It takes 14 hours for a faucet with a flow of 18 liters per minute to fill a reservoir withwater. How long will it take if its flow is reduced to 7 liters per minute?In this example, the flow and time are inversely proportional, because when the flow decreases,the total time increases and when the flow increases, the total time decreases.7. PERCENTAGEA percentage is a ratio where the consequent is 100.It is denoted by the % symbol and 25% is read as 25 percent which is equal to 25/100 (afraction) or 0.25 (a decimal number).PERCENTAGE INCREASE : A motor bike which originally cost $5,000 now costs $250 more.What is the percentage increase? 5% increase in pricePERCENTAGE DECREASE: When purchasing a vehicle priced at $8,800, the sales clerkawards a discount of 7.5% to the customer. How much will the final cost of the vehicle be? $8,800 − $660 = $8,140
  7. 7. 8. SIMPLE INTERESTThe interest is the amount of money that is paid in addition to the amount borrowed. Thetotal interest is directly proportional to the amount borrowed and the duration of the loan. Amount borrowed = PRINCIPAL = P Loan duration = Time = t Percentage charged = Rate = r Additional amount = Interest = IIf time is expressed in years:If time is expressed in months:If time is expressed in days:Example 1: Calculate the amount of simple interest that is paid over a period of five years on aprincipal of $30,000 at a simple interest rate 6%.Example 2: Calculate the total amount paid in six months on a principal of $10,000 at a simpleinterest rate of 3.5%.Example 3: How long will it take a principal of $25,000 at a simple interest rate of 5% to become$30,000?

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