Immerse yourself in practice with our printable ratio worksheets. Whether it is part-to-part ratios, part-to-whole ratios, identifying parts from the whole, or finding the whole from the parts, dividing quantities, generating equivalent ratios, or expressing the ratio in three different ways, that you are looking for, these pdfs have them all covered for your grade 5 through grade 8 learners. Instantly evaluate your ratio problems with the answer keys provided. Our free ratio worksheets are a must-have to get the ball rolling!
Perk up with these part-to-part ratio worksheets and get children in grade 5 and grade 6 to count how many of one thing there is as compared to another and express it as a ratio.
Fuel learning with these ratio pdfs where the two sets of objects are mixed up. Count the number of each kind and frame a ratio comparing the size of one number to the size of the other.
Comparing the number of butter cookies to the assorted cookies in a jar is an example of part-to-whole ratios. Measure the quantity of one item against the total and write the ratio.
Upscale with these printable part-to-whole ratio worksheets. Direct children to count the number of specified objects, add the three terms to find the whole and express them as a ratio.
Get acquainted with the different representations of a ratio. Count the two different sets of pictures and express the ratio by using "to", the colon symbol ":", and the fraction notation.
Doing away with pictures and presenting ratio in word format, these ratio worksheets are a sure-fire way to help learners transit easily as they read phrases and express the ratio in three ways.
Break away from the humdrum of regular printable ratio worksheets and get children to stay in the groove as they follow the instructions and sketch shapes to represent the ratio.
Add a splash of color with these pdf worksheets where 5th grade, and 6th grade children are expected to color the specified number of objects as instructed and figure out the ratio.
Reducing is nothing but converting the ratio to its simplest form. Divide the antecedent and the consequent terms of the ratio, which are numbers within 50, by the GCF to reduce the ratio.
Raise the bar for grade 6 and grade 7 learners with these reducing the ratios to the lowest terms worksheets where the number range gradually increases to 100.
Take your simplifying ratio skills to new heights with these pdfs. Using appropriate conversion formulas, make the units uniform and reduce the ratio to the simplest terms.
Bring uniformity in the units before reducing the ratio to lowest terms as you make headway with these printable simplifying ratio worksheets involving numbers within 100.
Add up the terms of the ratio. Divide the whole quantity by the sum of the parts to find the unit rate. Multiply each term with the unit rate to find the two parts. Not as complicated as it sounds!
The ratio of two numbers and the quantity of one part is provided. Scale up the other term by multiplying it and figure out the other quantity, add the two quantities to find the whole.
Add the three terms to find the total number of parts the quantity should be divided into. Multiply each term in the ratio with the unit rate and share the quantity in the given ratio.
Scale up each ratio by multiplying the antecedent and the consequent terms by the same number and write an equivalent ratio and complete the table with the missing equivalent ratios.
Instruct 7th grade and 8th grade learners to simplify ratios and check for equivalence, work out the unknown quantity in an equivalent equation, and solve word problems too.
Go beyond books and practice the real-time application of ratio concepts as you solve word problems involving part-to-part ratios, part-to-whole ratios, and much more.
Comprehend the distinction between ratio and proportion with this batch of proportion worksheets offering exercises like finding proportions, identifying them from graphs, and more!