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In this worksheet students will be asked to fully simplify a ratio and write them as a unitary ratio.
Questions range from procedural ones that develop fluency and problem solving questions that draw from other topics.
PDF and answers are included.
Ratio, proportion and rates of change
Use ratio notation, including reduction to simplest form
Jacob Strauss is a maths teacher interested in educational psychology, politics and practice. Find more of his resources on the TES at JDStrauss and follow him on Twitter at straussmaths.
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