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Similar Figures Unit Rate Proportional Relationships Distributive Property Simplifying Expressions
Similar Figures - 10 This word describes “matching” or “paired up” sides in similar figures.
Similar Figures Answer – 10 Corresponding +2 correct spelling
Similar Figures - 20 These are two attributes of similar figures (think angles and sides).
Similar Figures Answer – 20 Equal Angles Proportional Corresponding Sides
Similar Figures- 30 What is the scale factor? Original Copy
Similar Figures Answer – 30
Similar Figures- 40 What is the scale factor? Original Copy
Similar Figures Answer – 40
Similar Figures- 50 Find the missing length.
Similar Figures Answer – 50
Unit Rate - 10 Jada the android runs 27 miles in 3 hours. What is the unit rate?
Unit Rate Answer – 10 Jada can run 9 miles per hour.
Unit Rate - 20 My grandma can knit 384 socks in 96 days. What is the unit rate?
Unit Rate Answer – 20 Grandma can knit 4 socks per day.
Unit Rate - 30 Peaches are on sale for $2.10 for 6. What is the unit rate?
Unit Rate Answer – 30 The sale price is $0.35 per peach.
Unit Rate Question - 40 A wolf ran 72 miles in 8 hours. If it continues at the same rate, how far can it run in 12 hours?
Unit Rate Answer – 40 The wolf could run 108 miles in 12 hours.
Unit Rate cupcakes weigh 56 ounces. How much would 40 cupcakes weigh in pounds? (There are 16 ounces in 1 pound)
Unit Rate Answer – 50 Forty cupcakes would weigh 10 pounds.
Proportional Relationships - 10 This word is used to describe a graph in which all points lie on a straight line.
Proportions Answer – 10 What is linear? +2 correct spelling
Proportional Relationships - 20 These are two attributes seen in the graph of a proportional relationship.
Proportions Answer – 20 The graph must be linear and pass through (0, 0).
Proportional Relationships - 30 Write the equation for the proportion represented in the table of values: XY
Proportions Answer – 30
Proportional Relationships - 40 Write the equation for the proportion represented in the table of values: XY
Proportions Answer – 40
Proportional Relationships - 50 Write the equation for the proportion represented in the table of values: XY
Proportions Answer – 50
The Distributive Property - 10 Simplify
Distributive Property Answer – 10
The Distributive Property - 20 Simplify
Distributive Property Answer – 20
The Distributive Property - 30 Simplify
Distributive Property Answer – 30
The Distributive Property - 40 Simplify
Distributive Property Answer – correct order
The Distributive Property - 50 Simplify
Distributive Property Answer – 50
Simplifying Expressions - 10 Simplify
Simplify Expressions Answer – 10
Simplifying Expressions - 20 Simplify
Simplify Expressions Answer – 20
Simplifying Expressions - 30 Simplify
Simplify Expressions Answer – 30
Simplifying Expressions - 40 Simplify
Simplify Expressions Answer – 40
Simplifying Expressions - 50 Simplify
Simplify Expressions Answer – 50
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