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Unit Rates
When Given Quantities Are Fractional

1. Jamie is walking # of a mile every $ 2. Debra uses $ cup of protein powder


hour. At that rate, how far will for every L cup of orange juice to
Jamie have walked in one hour? make a smoothie. How many cups of
protein powder will Debra need if
she used 1 cup of orange juice?

3. Larry is painting a wall. He uses # 4. Susan is driving her car at a rate of %


of a can of paint to cover P of the mile every $ of a minute. How fast
wall. How much paint will Larry use is Susan traveling per minute?
to complete the entire wall?

5. A worm crawled N of a foot in P of a 6. A Navy submarine was descending


minute. At that rate, how far will at a rate of C of a foot every * of a
the worm have traveled in one second. At this rate, how many
minute? feet is the submarine descending
each second?

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Equivalent Rates vs. Unit Rates


Directions: Find the value to complete each equivalent rate and each unit rate.

1. 2.
@ hour $ hour mile
Equivalent Rate: = Equivalent Rate:
M =
# book read 1
10
hour
1/0 2 hours

@ hour M mile
Unit Rate: = Unit Rate:
1
=
book read 1 book read hour 1 hour
# 101/0

3. 4.
$ cup sugar 2 cups sugar @ inch L inch
Equivalent Rate: = Equivalent Rate: =
P cup flour L mile
Text

cup sugar @ inch


Unit Rate:
$ = Unit Rate: =
P cup flour 1 cup flour mile 1 mile
L

5. daily 6.
# recommended
Equivalent Rate:
C tank of gas = P tank of gas
calories
Equivalent Rate: = @ of total trip
@ day $ day

daily daily
# recommended
L recommended
Unit Rate:
C tank of gas =
calories calories
Unit Rate: = @ of total trip total trip
@ day 1 day

7. 8.
grams
L [ of an ounce
Equivalent Rate: = Equivalent Rate: =
cubic liter cubic liter 2 of a can 1 of a can
Q $ 27 2

grams
L [ of an ounce
Unit Rate: = Unit Rate: =
cubic liter 1 cubic liter 2 of a can 1 can
Q 27

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Testing For Proportional Relationships

Directions: Examine each chart and determine whether the x and the y variables show a proportional relationship.
Show evidence proving or disproving a proportional relationship. If the relationship is proportional, determine
the constant of proportionality.

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1. Is the relationship proportional? Explain why or why not.


x y
4 6
8 12
If the relationship is proportional, what is the constant of proportionality?
16 24
20 30

2. Is the relationship proportional? Explain why or why not.

x y
3 7.5
If the relationship is proportional, what is the constant of proportionality? 5 12.5
9 22.5
20 37.5

3. Is the relationship proportional? Explain why or why not.

x y
9 27

If the relationship is proportional, what is the constant of proportionality? 11 33


14 28
15 45

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Constant Of Proportionality(Unit Rates)


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The graph below shows the relationship between hours worked and income earned at Santaigos job.
Examine the graph and answer the questions below.

Santiagos Pay
$150

$120
Wages Earned

$90

$60

$30

$0
0 1 2 3 4
Hours Worked

1) Identify four points on the graph 2) Write the equation for the constant of
and express them as ordered pairs. proportionality in the form m = y/x for
the four ordered pairs you identified
for problem number one. Simplify each
of your answers.

3) What is the value of y at the 4) How much would Santiago earn if he


coordinates (1 , y)? What does this works 40 hours?
location represent?

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Leaving A Tip!
Gratuity
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1. Kendra eats at a restaurant and the cost of 2. Wayne eats at a restaurant and the cost of his
her meal is $36.00. Kendra decides to leave a meal is $45.40. Wayne decides to leave a 20%
15% tip. tip.

What is her total bill including the tip? What is Waynes total bill including the tip?

3. Jillian paid $65.00 to her hairdresser. Jillian 4. Melanie took her family out for dinner. The
left her hairdresser a 15% tip. total bill was $ $120.50. Melanie decided to
leave a 20% tip to her server.
How much of a tip did Jillian leave her
hairdresser? What was the total bill including the tip?

5. Myles is a server at a local restaurant. Myles 6. Darryl is barber and charges $16 for a haircut.
received a 25% tip from a couple. The cost of If Darryl receives a 25% tip from a customer,
the couples meal was $54.64. how much will Darryl receive for the haircut
and the tip?
How much of a tip did Myles receive?

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Wholesale And Markup


Percentages (Proportional Relationships)
Directions: Read each problem and solve.

1 Maxs Appliance and Electronics store 2 At Ashleys Boutique, the retail price of a
obtained a refrigerator for a wholesale dress is $180. The markup of the wholesale
price of $1,400. The store marked the price was 20%.
price up 15%.
What was the wholesale price of the dress
What is the retail price that the consumer before being marked up?
will have to pay?

3 4
A car dealership purchased a car for a A jewelry store obtained a watch for a
wholesale price of $5,500. A customer wholesale price of $325. The Jewelry
purchased the same car from the store marked the price up by 118%.
dealership for a retail price of $6,875.
By how much did the price of the watch
What percent markup did the car increase?
dealership apply to the wholesale price?

5 6
Julian owns a shoe store. Julian purchased At Pauls Art Gallery, Paul buys art from
10 pairs of shoes for his store at $55 each local artists and re-sells each piece. Paul
pair. Julian ended up selling all 10 pairs of ended up selling an oil painting he obtained
shoes for a total of $649. for $427.80. Paul applied a 124% mark-up
from the price he obtained the painting for.
What percentage markup did the Julian
apply to the wholesale price? What was the price of the painting before
being marked up?

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Wholesale And Markup


Percentages (Proportional Relationships)
Directions: Using the given wholesale price and percent mark-up, determine the markup amount and the retail price for
each given item.

1 2

basketball shoes bananas

wholesale price
$72.00 wholesale price
$0.25 per pound

markup rate 25% markup rate 80%

markup amount markup amount

retail price retail price

3 4

2%
PA I N T

milk

wholesale price
$12.00 per gallon wholesale price
$1.75 per gallon

markup rate 60% markup rate 52%

markup amount markup amount

retail price retail price

5 6

jersey LED Monitor

wholesale price
$32.50 wholesale price
$82.50

markup rate 40% markup rate 50%

markup amount markup amount

retail price retail price

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Markdowns And Discounts


Percent Decrease
Directions: Read each problem and solve.

1. A $24 shirt went on sale for $19.20. What 2. A frozen pizza at a local grocery store costs
percent was the shirt discounted? $3.50. Irene purchased a frozen pizza and
paid $2.80 for the pizza after giving the
clerk a coupon. What percent discount is the
coupon that Irene gave the clerk?

3. A $245 pair of headphones go on sale for 4. An $87 dress is discounted 18%. What is
$208.25. What is the percent discount of sales price of the dress? How much was the
the headphones? dress discounted?

5. A television is listed at $399.00. The 6. Mary received a $16 discount on a $64 dress.
television is being discounted by 12%. What What percent discount did Mary receive?
was the amount of the discount? What is the
sales price of the television?

7. A hotel room which is normally listed at $79 8. Bonnie has a 15% off coupon for her total
per night was listed online for $67.15. What purchase at a local clothing store. If Bonnie
percent was the room discounted online? purchases $84.4 worth of clothing, how much
of a discount will she receive?

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