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Q: What is unit rate in math?

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you can compare two measurements using ratios to find the unit rate.

for 1 of its kind

Unit Rates ... Is the rate for one unit of a given quantity. Unit means one .

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It is called a unit rate.That's a unit rate.

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A unit rate is a ratio where the second component is equal to 1.

you can compare two measurements using ratios to find the unit rate.

Unit rate is usually "how fast the rate of something changes, per one unit of time".

for 1 of its kind

unit rates are simple ex 3 candies cost 75 cents divide 75 by three the unit rate equals 25 cents

A rate that has 1 unit as it's second term -Ex-5lbs at $1.45 per lb.(price per pound would stay same regardless of how many you buy). UNIT RATE

The unit for a rate is the unit for the numerator divided by the unit for the denominator. For example, speed = distance divided by time. If distance is measured in micrometres and time in hours, then the units for speed are micrometres per hour.

Mathematic answer: Rate is short for ratio (by 1 letter). A ratio is 1 quantity divided by a 2nd quantity.There are many rates that are useful. Here are a few examples.The rate of motion = distance / time. This is also called speed.The rate of rainfall = the depth of rain water / the time.The rate of income = the amount of money earned / the time it takes.Through what I call the "magic of division," the denominators become ones.So, the first example could be the distance covered in one hour as in 60 miles per hour or 88 feet per second.In the second example, a heavy rainfall rate could be 4 cm of rain per hour.An example of a rate of income could be 75 dollars / hour.

It is a unit rate.A unit rate.

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.

Yes, a unit rate can be a decimal

A unit rate is a rate in which the denominator is 1, so a unit rate is a special case of a rate.

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