Ratio
Multiplying & Dividing Fractions
Algebraic Expressions
Distributive Property
100

If the ratio of cats to dogs is 3:2, how many dogs would we have if there is 9 cats?

6 dogs

100

1/10

100

1/4 +1/7

11/28

100

the sum of q and 8

q + 8

100

6(x + 2)

6x + 12

200

If there is 40 chairs and 30 desks, what is the ratio of desks to chairs? Simplify your answers.

3:4

200

1 1/9

200

14/24 = 7/12

200

5 subtracted from w

w - 5

200

7(2x + 6)

14x + 42

300

If the the ratio of students to teachers at Breakthrough is 8:1, how many teachers would there be if there are 40 students?

5 teachers

300

4/5 x 6/7

24/35

300

1 1/5 + 2 1/3. Reduce your answer in simplest form and in mixed number

53/15 = 3 8/15

300

the quotient of 9 and c

9/c

300

5(11-x)

55-5x

400

If the ratio of fiction to nonfiction books 12 to 15, how many nonfictions book are there if there are 36 fictions books.

45 nonfiction books

400

45/16 = 2 13/16

400

32/80 = 8/20 = 2/5

400

6 times the difference of d and 5

6(d-5)

400

-11(x-2)

-11x + 22

500

Maria’s farm has a ratio of 2:1 in potatoes to turnips. If there are 360 potatoes, how many turnips are there? How many total turnips and potatoes are there?

180 turnips and a total of 540

500

1 1/5 x 2 2/3. Simplify your answers in the simplest form and in a mixed number.

48/15 = 3 3/15 = 3 1/5

500

3/9 + 2/3 + 1/18. Reduce in simplest form and turn into a mixed number.

19/18 = 1 1/18

500

Twice the sum of j and 4

2(j + 4)

500