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Q: If the number in the numerator of a unit rate is 1 what does this indicate about the equivalent unit rates?

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Unit rates are a special type of rates: those where the numerator or, more usually the denominator, of the rate is 1.

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Hello!You simply need toFind the numerator (top number)Find the denominator (bottom number)Divide the numerator by the denominatorAfter completing step 3, you have your answer!

Unit rates are a special type of rates: those where the numerator or, more usually the denominator, of the rate is 1.

well, to find unit rates you must divide the numerator by the denominator. in this problem, 18 is our numerator, and 6 is our denominator. we divide 18 by 6 and that is 3. so, 3 is our new numerator. the answer is 3/1. I think...

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Crime rates are the actual numbers at which crime occurs. Arrest rates is the number of arrests made, divided by the number of actual crimes. Clearance rates is the number of arrest cases for which charges are being laid, divided by the number of actual crimes. So the rates descend in frequency. Yes, Lazarus was the brother of Martha and Mary Magdalene and was the man that Jesus brought back to life.

If two ratios are equivalent then their cross-product must be 1, and their unit rates must be the same.

1 Saudi Riyal is equivalent 16.70 Indian Rupees using the current rates.