# Ratios, proportions, units, and rates

## Description

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 up EVERYWHERE in life. This tutorial introduces you to what they (and proportions) are and how to make good use of them!

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### Frequently Asked Questions

#### What is Ratios, proportions, units, and rates by Khan Academy?

Ratios, proportions, units, and rates is a learning resource for Ratios, Percentages & Proportions. It is available in the following format(s): Online class. It is suited for 6th - 8th students.

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It is designed for 6th - 8th students, but could be useful for students of other ages as well; please look at the description and images to determine suitability.

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