Unit 8 Proportional Relationships
In real-world problems, when is it necessary to switch between decimals, fractions, and percents?
1. Write each percent as a fraction in simplest form.
2. Write each percent as a decimal.
Challenge: Jennifer gave Karen 50% of her comic books. Karen gave Jack 50% of the comic books she got from Jennifer. Jack gave Lucas 50% of the comic books he got from Karen. Lucas got 4 comic books. What percent of Jennifer's comic books does Lucas have? How many comic books did Jennifer have at the start?
3. In your IN9, create and Effort/Understanding/Behavior chart, and rate yourself o a scale of 1-4 on what you think you will do today.
1. In your IN9, create a table with three columns. Label the first column fractions, the second decimals, and the third percents. In the first column, write the following fractions. In the second column, write their decimal equivalent. In the third column, convert the decimal into a percent.
1/5 1/4 1/3 2/5 1/2 3/5 2/3 3/4 4/5
2. In your IN9, complete the Effort/ Understanding/ Behavior chart by rating yourself on a scale of 1-4 on how well you think you did in class today.
Complete either Level B (Worksheet B and Puzzler) or Level C (Worksheet C and Challenge). Write your answers in your IN9.