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I think you mean quarter hours, but in any case you can convert ANY set of data (if it is compatible) using the following formula: Conversion Rate of Unit A to Unit B = Known Unit A/Unknown Unit B You know that .25 hours = 15 minutes. That is the conversion rate (.25 hrs/15 minutes). Now plug in the other values that you know from the problem. .25 hours/15 minutes = .88 hours / ? Minutes (Make sure you have the same units on both the top and bottom!) Now cross-multiply to get rid of the fraction. 13.2 = .25x Now divide by .25 to get x by itself. x = 52.8 minutes Take another example: If you know that 1 inch equals 2.54 centimeters (cm) and what to know how many inches 10 centimeters are. Again use the conversion formula: Conversion Rate of Unit A to Unit B = Known Unit A/Unknown Unit B 1 inch / 2.54 cm = X inches / 10 cm 2.54X = 10 X = 3.94 inches

A unit rate is one in which the second number of the ratio is 1 - in some suitable units. For example, 10 kilometres in 30 minutes can be converted to a unit rate as 20 kilometres per hour or 1/3 km per minute (or however many km per year, etc).

10 per hour.

20 divided by 2 = 10

153 in scientific notation is 1.53 x 10^2

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The unit rate for 30/3 is 10/1.

15.3 is 10% of 153.

You divide by 10, which gives 1.75 as the unit price.

15.3

0.0654

I think you mean quarter hours, but in any case you can convert ANY set of data (if it is compatible) using the following formula: Conversion Rate of Unit A to Unit B = Known Unit A/Unknown Unit B You know that .25 hours = 15 minutes. That is the conversion rate (.25 hrs/15 minutes). Now plug in the other values that you know from the problem. .25 hours/15 minutes = .88 hours / ? Minutes (Make sure you have the same units on both the top and bottom!) Now cross-multiply to get rid of the fraction. 13.2 = .25x Now divide by .25 to get x by itself. x = 52.8 minutes Take another example: If you know that 1 inch equals 2.54 centimeters (cm) and what to know how many inches 10 centimeters are. Again use the conversion formula: Conversion Rate of Unit A to Unit B = Known Unit A/Unknown Unit B 1 inch / 2.54 cm = X inches / 10 cm 2.54X = 10 X = 3.94 inches

i think 1.813

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Yes.

Lee can walk 10 blocks in 26 minutes. At this rate how many minutes will it take lee to walk 25 blocks?

A unit rate is one in which the second number of the ratio is 1 - in some suitable units. For example, 10 kilometres in 30 minutes can be converted to a unit rate as 20 kilometres per hour or 1/3 km per minute (or however many km per year, etc).

10 per hour.

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