Q: What is a unit rate with denominator of 1 unit?

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A unit rate always has a 1 as a denominator.

A unit rate is a ratio in which the numerator or denominator is 1 unit.

It is the unit rate.

It is a unit rate.

It is a unit rate.

it is a denominator of 1 unit

If the numerator is 1, it's a unit rate.

The unit rate.

It is a unit rate.

It is a unit rate.

unit rate

It is a unit rate.

It is 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.

A unit rate has a denominator of 1 unit.or for an example.. 8 over 1 is a unit rate or 5 over 1 but you have to label what it is....

For one form of unit rates it is 1.

It is one of two type definitions of a unit rate.

You rename the rate such that either the numerator, or the denominator is 1. It is usually the denominator, but can be the numerator.

A unit rate is a rate in which the second number (usually written as the denominator) is 1, or 1 of a quantity

Either the numerator or the denominator of the rate is 1.

It is called a unit rate.

It is called a unit rate.

It is one of two possible forms of a unit rate.

No. The denominator must be 1 for a unit rate. UNIT means ONE.

1/4 and 1/5