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Q: How do you change a ratio into a unit rate?

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

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

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unit rate is a ratio between 2 measurements in which the second term is 1.

no it is not a rate because it dosent deal with a ratio

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You divide it by 4.5 and then put it as a fraction

A unit rate is a ratio: it does not have a solution!

A unit rate where the denominator is one unit.

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

A rate is the ratio of a change in a dependent variable to the change in the independent variable that caused it. The word rate is another word for price, cost, or charge. I called the hotel to inquire about the weekend rate. Ratio comparing 2 different units (Example: Unit 1 is larger than unit 2)

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 ratio where the second component is equal to 1.

a unit rate

A unit rate means a rate for one of something. We write this as a ratio with a denominator of one.

unit rate is a ratio between 2 measurements in which the second term is 1.

If the unit rate exists, it is the ratio of one variable relative to the other.

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