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Lesson 7-2 Pages 292-295 Rates Lesson Check 7-1 What you will learn! How to determine unit rates. Rate Unit rate What you really need to know! A ratio that compares two quantities with different units is called a rate. What you really need to know! When a rate is simplified so that it has a denominator of 1 unit, it is called a unit rate. What you really need to know! A Unit Rate is found by dividing by the denominator! Example 1: Julia read 52 pages in 2 hours. What is the average number of pages she read per hour? 52 pages 26 pages 2 hours 1hour Example 2: Write 440 miles in 8 hours as a unit rate in miles per hour. 440 miles 55 miles 8 hours 1hour Example 3: Find the unit price per can if it costs $3 for 6 cans of soda. Round to the nearest hundredth if necessary. $3 $.50 6cans 1can Example 4: The costs of different sizes of orange juice are shown in the table. Which container costs the least per ounce? Amount Total Cost 16 oz $1.28 32 oz $1.92 64 oz $2.56 96 oz $4.80 Amount Total Cost 16 oz 32 oz 64 oz 96 oz $1.28 $1.92 $2.56 $4.80 $1.28 $0.08 16oz 1oz $1.92 $0.06 32oz 1oz $2.56 $0.04 64oz 1oz 64 oz $4.80 $0.05 96oz 1oz Page 294 Guided Practice #’s 4-9 Read: Pages 292-293 with someone at home and study examples! Homework: Page 294-295 #’s 10-23 all #’s 30-40 Lesson Check 7-2 Page 580 Lesson 7-2 Lesson Check 7-2