Level 2 Ratio and Proportion

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Ratios and Proportion
Adult Numeracy N1/L2.3: Understand ratio written in the form 3:2
•Understand how to work out the number of parts in a given ratio, and the value
of one part
Functional Mathematics Level 2: Understand, use and calculate ratio and
proportion, including problems involving scale.
•Understand ratio written in the form 3:2, sharing £60 in the ratio 3:2.
•Understand how to work out the number of parts in a given ratio, and the value
of 1 part. For example, the total cost for a job is £200. If the ratio between
labour and materials is 5:3, how much was the labour?
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3:2
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3:2
3 parts
water
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2 parts
orange
juice
3:2
3 parts
water
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2 parts
orange
juice
3:2
3 parts
water
3+2=5
equal parts…
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Find value of one share
if you know the value of
the whole amount…
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£350
£??
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£350
£??
How did you work it out?
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£350
£70
350 ÷ 5 = 70
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£350
£70 £70 £70
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£350
£70 £70 £70
3  70 = 210
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£350
£210
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£350
£210
£??
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Find value of one share
if you know the value of
the other share…
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£20
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£20
??
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£20
£30
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£20
£30
How did you work it out?
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Try these problems,
some in pictures and
some in words…
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Jim’s
Jemima’s
Write down the ratio using the
colon notation…
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£800
Jim’s
Jemima’s
Find the value of Jim
and Jemima’s shares…
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£??
£280
£??
Find the value of the whole amount
and the missing share…
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Write down the ratio using the
smallest whole numbers you can…
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How much cous-cous
and water do you need
for two servings?
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Write the ratio of (dry)
cous-cous to water in
its lowest terms
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Algernon wants to
make 800g of cooked
cous-cous. How much
dry cous-cous does he
need? And how much
water in ml?
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