# Math by Kahoot! – Ratios and proportions

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# Ratios and Proportions: Percent of a Quantity – MATH

Find a percent of a quantity as a rate per 100. Solve problems involving finding the whole, given a part and the percent.

1. If 1,000 mg is 20% of the daily value of Vitamin A, how much is the recommended daily amount?
2. 102 is what percent of 120?
3. A t-shirt is normally \$18, but is 40% off today. What amount will Tim save if he buys a shirt?
4. … and 7 more awesome questions! Check them out by clicking “Play”.

# Probability: Compound Events – MATH

Find probabilities of compound events using organized lists, tables, tree diagrams, and simulation. Based on Common Core CC Standard 7.SP.C.8

1. Two coins are tossed. What is the probability that both land on “heads”?
2. What is the probability of rolling a 5 twice in a row on a six-sided number cube?
3. What is the probability that the spinner lands on green three times in a row?
4. … and 9 more awesome questions! Check them out by clicking “Play”.

# Ratios and Proportions: Unit Rate

#RatiosandProportions #grade6 #math Solve #unit #rate problems including those involving unit pricing and constant speed. Based on Common Core Standard #6.RP.A.3.B #6.RP.A.2

1. Bo is buying candy by the pound. For every 10 pounds, he pays \$23. What is the cost per pound?
2. Which statement describes a unit rate?
3. Mr. Ramsey bought 5 pounds of dog food for \$10. How much did he pay per pound in dollars?
4. Jim used 3 hours to drive 150 miles. At that rate, how far would he drive in 8 hours?
5. Steve ran 1 lap in 7 minutes. At this rate, how far would he run in 42 minutes?
6. … and 7 more awesome questions! Check them out by clicking “Play”.

# Ratios: Ratios and Proportions

#Ratios #grade6 #math. Understand the concept of a #ratio and use ratio language to describe a #ratiorelationship between two quantities. Based on Common Core Standard #6.RP.1

1. What is the ratio of bananas to pears?
2. Write the ratio in simplest form: 6 penguins to 18 pigeons
3. Which of the following is NOT a way to write a ratio?
4. The order that the ratio is written in does not matter. (1:4 is the same as 4:1)
5. At the zoo, Steve counted 4 tigers for every 5 lions. Which ratio is equivalent?
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