Learn Ratios, Percentages & Proportions
We have 6 resources for learning Ratios, Percentages & Proportions including educational Websites, Online Classes, and Worksheets & Printables, from providers such as IXL, Khan Academy, Math-Drills.com, and MathIsFun.
3rd - 6th | Online resource, Printable
Learn about: Decimals, fractions, and percentages Conversions between the three
5th - 8th | Online resource
Practice percents skills on IXL, have fun, and win awards!
3rd - 6th | Worksheet/Printable
Percents worksheets including calculating percentages of a number, percentage rates, and original amounts and percentage increase and decrease worksheets.
6th - 8th | Online class
Would you rather go to a college with a high teacher-to-student ratio or a low one? What about the ratio of girls-to-boys? What is the ratio of eggs to butter in your favorite dessert? Ratios show...
6th | Online class
Ratios, rates, and percentages are some of the most useful math concepts in real life (and what is REAL life anyway, huh?). From baking recipes to sports, these concepts wiggle their way into our...
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