A unit rate always has a 1 as a denominator.
it is a unit rate
The amount of work done divided by the time it took to do the work equals the unit rate. w/t=unit rate
A rate is a ratio that compares two different units. ex: 300 miles\ 6 hours. you can't convert miles into hours. A unit rate is a rate comparing a number to 1 unit to another. ex: 50 miles\1 hour A unit rate always has 1 as a denominator.
unit rate is always over 1 it is the dominator is always one
Definition of Unit RateUnit Rate is the ratio of two measurements in which the second term is 1. its also a ratio that is simplified to have a denominator of 1 unit. it compares an amount, x, to one unit: x/1.In result, the awnser is x/1 or 1. Again that fights the 0. so your awnser is either 1 or 0.ask your mum
A unit rate is a rate in which the second number (usually written as the denominator) is 1, or 1 of a quantity
its always going to be in the denominator of 2 fractions.
A single number of expression cannot have a unit rate. You need at least two measures.
unit rates are simple ex 3 candies cost 75 cents divide 75 by three the unit rate equals 25 cents
It is a unit rate.