# Proportions Worksheets

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Call them wall-to-wall practice or an across-the-board review, our free printable proportions worksheets get you the whole shebang of equivalent ratios. Apart from identifying, forming, and solving proportions, exercises on the constant of proportionality, proportional relationships, unit rate, and word problems pervade this collection, primed to make a mark on your proportions practice.

Our proportions worksheet pdfs are ideal for math wizards in grade 6, grade 7, and grade 8.

CCSS: 6.RP, 7.RP

Identifying Proportions - Pair of Ratios

A promising start for a fruitful session, these identifying proportions worksheets guide 6th grade kids to cruise through the pairs of ratios and cull out the proportions.

Identifying Proportions - Tables

The 7th grade and 8th grade students are in for a treat with these proportion worksheet pdfs, where they check whether the values of x and y in the given tables are proportional.

Salute groups of four numbers that are gratefully awaiting their foray into the world of proportions in these creating proportions worksheets for grade 7 and grade 8.

Unmask the unknown variables in these printable proportion worksheets that task math enthusiasts with cross-multiplying to solve for the value of the variable.

Let your peers be green with envy as you display your numerical mastership to take on the challenge of solving these sets of problems where the value of the unknown variable is a fraction.

Constant of Proportionality Worksheets

Identify the constant of proportionality, âkâ, in each of the data sets in these exercises, keeping in mind that y = kx. Be it graphs, linear relationships, or tables, we have you covered.

As you find the rates or unit rates for the graphs, phrases, and word problems in this printable set, remember the rate is a ratio of two terms in unlike units while the unit rate is where the denominator is 1.

Proportions Word Problems Worksheets

In these proportion worksheets pdf, grade 6 and grade 7 students thrive on proportions drawn on practical scenarios, as they unleash their inner math genius on word problems.