Monday, February 24th

Students progressed on to working with Ratio Tables that do NOT have a direct relationship between their data. These type of tables are said to have an Indirect Relationship. In order to correctly populate these tables, we have to utilize a process called “divide down, multiply up”. I have attached a copy of the notes we took down today in class. We also worked six or seven examples of these Indirect Relationship Tables together. I have attached a copy of these examples as well.

No homework tonight……I just want this information to “gel” on your brain overnight!

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