## Tuesday, October 20, 2009

### Bob for Ratio

Here are the instructions to complete your BOB on ratios.  Remember this is a way of preparing for a test.  Please take time to do a good job on understanding your ratio unit.

1. Title Must include BOB and RATIO.
2. labels, displayname, bob, ratio
3. You must include one of the pictures from today's lesson.  The easiest way to include it is to use its location address.  Click the picture link provided, right click the picture, copy location.  Once you have copied the location add image to the blog but use add url not browse my computer.  Paste the url into the window and click ok.  Your picture should be there.  (Just get the picture on the post)
4. Once the picture is at your blog you must create the following.  3 part to part ratios, 2 part to total ratios and 2 three part ratios.  Please for each have a word ratio and ratio notation.
5. Choose one ratio that you have done and show how to write that ratio in ratio notation, fraction, decimal and percent form.
6. Choose one ratio that you have written and show how to create equivalent ratios.
7. Finally create 3 questions that you want people to answer in the comments. Do not make them to hard or too easy.
9. Go and answer as many questions as you can about ratio at other posts in your room and the other rooms in grade 8.
10. Look for cheats in comments.  I will post helping hints and questions in comments around the blogs.
biG miNiaTURe wOrLd

Handy Candy

Crayon Lineup
http://www.flickr.com/photos/laffy4k/404313786/sizes/o/

The Alte Ratio

Bo ho ho hokeh

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Mr. H said...

A normal deck of playing cards has 52 cards in four suits (clubs, diamonds, hearts, and spades) of 13 cards each. Two of the suits are black and two of the suits are red. The ratio of red cards to the whole deck is

Harvey841 said...

1:2 or 26:52 (Red Cards to Total deck)

Owen817 said...

red to total
13 to 52

giuseppe841 said...

red to total
26 : 52
1 : 2