Traverse through our all-new free printable proportions worksheets to enlighten students about proportion, a simple statement that asserts two ratios are equivalent. Also, acquaint them with the constant of proportionality 'k' and the proportional relationship between two variables 'y = kx'. Count on this myriad collection of exercises to give you oodles of informed practice forming proportions by creating equivalent ratios and identifying whether two ratios are proportional or not. Enable yourself to differentiate rates from ratios and solve proportions using the appropriate methods.
These pdf worksheets are meticulously designed for students of grade 6, grade 7, and grade 8.
CCSS: 6.RP, 7.RP
Help 6th grade and 7th grade students become aware of the concept of proportion with this pdf worksheet featuring ten pairs of ratios. Reduce the ratios in each pair to the lowest terms, and determine if they are proportional or not.
Each question in this practice worksheet contains a set of four numbers. You need to generate two equivalent ratios with these numbers to form a proportion.
Get the requisite know-how to solve proportions with this free worksheet that presents every proportion with an unknown variable. Cross-multiply the ratios to figure out the value of the variable.
Offered here are data sets that show direct variation. Find the ratio between y and x to determine the constant of proportionality, 'k'. Further, plug in this value in the equation y = kx to express the proportional relationship between x and y.
This printable exercise is fully equipped to help students recognize the term 'rate' as a specific ratio used to compare quantities with different units. Express each phrase included here as rates, and simplify them to find the unit rates.