A banana and an apple are non-examples of unit rates. In fact, they are non-examples of any kind of rates.
30/100 because denominator has to be 1 Alexander A
Unit rate is a rate with a denominator of one unit. :) :) :)
9/1 X 2 = 18/2
A unit rate is a rate that has a denominator of 1. Examples of unit rates include unit cost, gas, mileage and speed
Integrals of functions are non-examples of rates of change.
A banana are a good non-example since they have little - if anything - to do with a rate.
It is a ratio where the second number is one or one of the quantity
"Daily" is a unit rate! You should eat 5 portions of fruit and veg daily or 5 portions per one day: a unit rate.
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When rates are expressed as a quantity of 1, such as 2 feet per second or 5 miles per hour, they are called unit rates. If you have a multiple-unit rate such as 120 students for every 3 buses, and want to find the single-unit rate, write a ratio equal to the multiple-unit rate with 1 as the second term.
forehand thermometer non contact measurement * * * * * A thermometer is an instrument, not a unit.
A unit rate cannot have a remainder. A unit rate is a ration that has the unit as one and the rate has to be equal. If not, you either did a calculation mistake or the ratio is not a unit rate.
A unit rate is a rate in which the denominator is 1, so a unit rate is a special case of a rate.
It is one form of a unit rate.
a non-stop rate * * * * * No it is not. A non-stop rate can be faster and slower and faster and faster still etc. That is NOT a constant rate, A constant rate means the same amount for any unit of time in the whole time interval. The rate must not change at all from start to finish.
Unit Rates ... Is the rate for one unit of a given quantity. Unit means one .
It is called a unit rate.That's a unit rate.
It is the definition of a unit rate.
Kilometres per hour (speed), grams per millilitre (density).
The rate for unit of a given quanitity called the unit rate.
It is the unit rate.
It is a unit rate.