7th Grade - Use Proportional Reasoning
Use proportional reasoning to make predictions about results of experiments and simulations. 0706.5.4
Links verified on 6/11/2014
- Algebra: Proportion Word Problems - explanation and examples [direct and inverse proportion explained]
- Algebra: Solving Proportions - a quiz from Quia using the Rags to Riches format
- All About Ratios - five-question multiple-choice quiz
- All About Ratios - links to several lessons by Cynthia Lanius
- All About Ratios: (Problem Solving) - A famous Texas chef has a secret recipe for her chili. When people ask her for it, she hands them a card with the complete recipe except for 1 detail. For the missing detail, she gives them a clue. Use ratios to discover the missing ingredient.
- Comparing Ratios and Rates - five-question multiple-choice quiz
- Dirt Bike Proportions - a multi-player tug of war game for proportions
- Figure This: Math Challenge for Families - proportional reasoning
- Interpreting and Applying Proportions - five multiple choice questions
- Nutshell Math: Ratios and Proportion - video lesson with examples and sample problems
- Practice with Ratios - ten question quiz, answers and explanations are available from drop down boxes
- Proportion Practice Test - thirteen multiple choice questions, each question is on a separate page
- Proportions and Ratios - good explanation of means and extremes from Free Math
- Rags to Riches: Ratio and Proportion Quiz - quiz at Quia
- Rates, Ratios, and Proportions - a two person quiz from Quia
- Solve It! - Concepts include basic operations, algebraic reasoning, money, fractions, percent, perimeter, area, proportional reasoning, and measurement.
- Understanding Experimental Probability - Experiment with experimental probability using a fixed size section spinner, a variable section spinner, 2 regular 6-sided number cubes or design your own number cubes.
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