We began working with Unit Rates in math class today.

The short version...

If I buy a six pack of soda for $1.80, the rate is 6 sodas for $1.80, but the unit rate is $0.30 per soda.

From hotmath.com

After briefly talking about various ways that we could solve for and determine unit rate, we each began working with a Stop and Shop circular to find food and other items that were being sold by the pound or at a group rate (3 for $9.99). We will continue our activity on Monday as we plan a meal for our families using unit rates and purchasing items in multiple values.

Have a great weekend and remember that we have our quiz on Wednesday!

-Miss K :)

## Welcome to Miss K's Blog!!!

Welcome to my blog! I hope that you enjoy checking out all of the information, links, videos, notes and STUFF that I put on here. Please visit this page frequently and PARTICIPATE in the blog by leaving a comment! Thanks! -Miss K :)

**Reminder: Comments should be appropriate, kind, thoughtful and grammatically correct. I will DELETE comments that I think are inappropriate!****If you need to talk to me, please contact me via my school e-mail. Thank you.***Please note that all elements of this page are intended for educational purposes. All items included on this page are intended to be used within Fair Use guidelines. Please contact me if you have any concerns regarding any material included on this site. Thanks*
Ben from red class it was helpfull

ReplyDeleteethan from green class helpfull

ReplyDeletei am on the blog but you did not post a link

ReplyDeleteTHIS IS NOT THE POST YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO REVIEW! AS I SAID IN CLASS, I WOULD POST BY THE END OF THE SCHOOL DAY. DO NOT USE THIS POST!!!! PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR TODAY'S POST!!!

ReplyDeletePaul Tracy Green Class

ReplyDeletewhere do u find where the coment thing for the homework I am confused ethan from green class

ReplyDeleteLindsay red class

ReplyDeletegina red class

ReplyDelete