﻿ Rewriting Ratios Worksheets
In these worksheets, students will learn to rewrite ratios in different forms (word based, numerical, etc.).

#### A ratio is a comparison of two quantities. They can be expressed in a variety of ways. They can be word based (i.e., there are three red balls for every five blue balls); they can be expressed in a numerical form (i.e., the ratio of red balls to blue balls is 3:5); or they can be expressed as fractions (i.e., 9/15). In these worksheets, your students will review how to write ratios by referring to pictures and expressing the proportions of objects in each picture. They will then rewrite ratios by translating them from one form of expression to another (i.e., rewrite word based as numerical ratios; rewrite numericals in a word based form). Be careful while writing the same number. Whatever the number you select will always depend on the problem. For example; You will write the ratio of squares to circles in different ways like; the ratio of squares to circles = 3/6 , 3 to 6 , 3:6. We can also write the it in simple way as we compare two values to form a ratio. For example, one yellow ball and three green balls in a basket. We will compare both and write as well as read them as 1 is to 2. We can also divide two numbers as the greatest common factors. For example; we will divide both numbers 10 and 20 to obtain a ratio 1 is to 2. We can also compare numbers by using equal ratios. If you want to find the equivalence, you will need to multiply or divide the same ratio by the same number but, it shouldn't be zero. For example, divide 3:6 by 3 to get the equal ratio that is 1:2. In each case, you can divide the first number by the second one. They will be equal when quotients are equal. If you divide two equal ratios that is 3:12 by 36:72, they will be equal.

This set of worksheets contains step-by-step solutions to sample problems, both simple and more complex problems, a review, and a quiz. When finished with this set of worksheets, students will be able to write ratios in multiple forms. These worksheets explain how to write ratios, and rewrite them in word form as a numerical ratio. Sample problems are solved and practice problems are provided.

# Rewriting Ratios Worksheets

## Lesson

This worksheet explains how to write ratios of circles to triangles. A sample problem is solved, and two practice problems are provided.

## Rewriting Ratios Worksheet

Students will refer to the pictures and write the specified ratios that the image represents. Ten problems are provided.

## Practice

Students will refer to the pictures and practice writing the specified ratios. Ten problems are provided.

## Review

We will get after some practice and take into our own hands. A sample problem is solved and six practice problems are provided.

## Quiz

Students will demonstrate their ability with this skill. Ten problems are provided.

## Check

This is a nice way to introduce or review these concepts. Three problems are provided, and space is included for students to copy the correct answer when given.

## Rewriting Basic Ratios Worksheet

You will use basic skills to write the specified ratios. Ten problems are provided.

## Practice

We are working more with breaking down what shapes represent. Ten problems are provided.

## Intermediate Skills Worksheet

Students will rewrite word based ratios such as: What is ratio of 7 black pens and 17 red pens?

## Practice

Students will rewrite word based ratios using numerals. Ten problems are provided.

## Rewriting Word Based Ratios Drill

Students will work with story based scenarios. Ten problems are provided.

## Rewrite the Ratios Lesson

This sample problem is solved: Write the ratio of 4 violet marbles and 16 pink marbles. Count the number of violet marbles. There are 4 violet marbles. Count the number of pink marbles. There are 16 pink marbles.

## Lesson and Practice

Students will review how to indicate ratios numerically. A sample problem is solved and two practice problems are provided.

## Worksheet

We will take what we see and put it into values. Ten problems are provided.

## Practice

See if the math fits what you are thinking with these exercises. Ten problems are provided.

## Drill

Over the eight problems that are provided you will review all of the concepts that we have worked on here.

## Warm Up

A nice way to work on these concepts as a whole classroom. Three problems are provided.