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This episode discusses ratios. Math Snacks are short animations designed to help learners "get it". Each snack presents a mathematical concept, particularly those addressed in grades 6, 7, and 8. (05:27)

This cute video teaches middle school kids about ratios. The story involves conversation that occurs during a series of bad dates. Math Snacks are short animations designed to help learners "get it". Each snack presents a mathematical concept, partic...ularly those addressed in grades 6, 7, and 8. (03:04)[more]

Basic ratio problems. This video starts off with a black screen because the narrator uses it as a 'chalkboard'. This video is appropriate for older middle and high school students. (07:28)

In this video they are showing ratios, how to write them as a fraction (reduce if possible), comparing ratios using LCD, comparing decimal ratios, and comparing fraction to decimal. A few examples are done to complete this video. Video is good quali...ty and good for all students as a review or initial learning of the topic.[more]

This teacher- created video defines ratios and explains how to write ratios three ways: 6:3, 6/3, and 6 to 3. The instructor explains two examples on a white board. (01:30)

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