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## How do you write a ratio as a unit rate?

You can write any rate as a unit rate by reducing the fraction so it has a 1 as the denominator or second term. As a unit rate example, you can show that the unit rate of 120 students for every 3 buses is 40 students per bus. You could also find the unit rate by dividing the first term of the ratio by the second term.

**What is the unit rate of 150 miles in 3 hours?**

50 miles/hour

This can be expressed as 150 miles divided by 3 hours which is equal to 150 miles/3 hours or 50 miles/hour. Here the word ‘per’ means for every hour. 50 miles/ hour is the average speed at which the car travels. 50 miles/hour is an example of a unit rate.

**How do you write miles per hour?**

Miles per hour is the unit used for speed limits on roads in the United Kingdom and the United States. It is normally abbreviated in everyday use to mph or MPH. In technical publications it is sometimes abbreviated as mi/h.

### What is a unit ratio?

A unit ratio is a two-term ratio expressed with a second term of one. Every ratio can be converted to a unit ratio. Example.

**What is the ratio of 2 and 5?**

The ratio is 2 to 5 or 2:5 or 2/5. All these describe the ratio in different forms of fractions. The ratio can consequently be expressed as fractions or as a decimal. 2:5 in decimals is 0.4.

**How do you write ratios?**

A ratio can be written using a colon, 3:5 , or as a fraction 35 . A rate , by contrast, is a comparison of two quantities which can have different units. For example 5 miles per 3 hours is a rate, as is 34 dollars per square foot.

## What is rate and unit rate?

A rate is a ratio that compares two quantities of DIFFERENT. kinds of UNITS. A unit rate has a denominator of 1 unit when the rate is written as a fraction. To write a rate as a unit rate: divide the numerator and the denominator of the rate by the denominator.

**Do you write out miles per hour?**

Use numerals for miles per hour. The speed limit on this freeway is 75 miles per hour. The state trooper clocked the driver going 20 mph over the limit.

**Is it miles per hour or miles per an hour?**

When it comes to mileage specifically, “miles an hour” was more common until about the 1950s. At that point, we see the switch and “miles per hour” takes over. Today, we’re quite comfortable with “per hour” or “per day”, so now it’s “an hour” or “a day” that get called into question for being too informal.

### How do you write a unit rate?

It is usually expressed as the amount of money earned for one hour of work. For example, if you are paid $12.50 for each hour you work, you could write that your hourly (unit) pay rate is $12.50/hour (read $12.50 per hour.) To convert a rate to a unit rate, we divide the numerator by the denominator.

**How do you find the unit ratio?**

A unit rate is a ratio between two different units with a denominator of 1. To calculate the unit rate, divide the numerator by the denominator. The resulting decimal number is the unit rate. The unit price is a type of ratio where the numerator is the price and the denominator is the quantity of a good or product.

**What is the ratio of miles per hour?**

Use the formula r = d/t. Your rate is 24 miles divided by 2 hours, so: r = 24 miles ÷ 2 hours = 12 miles per hour. Now let’s say you rode your bike at a rate of 10 miles per hour for 4 hours. How many miles did you travel?

## How to calculate unit rate for 30 miles?

30 miles ÷ 2.5 hours We want a unit rate where 1 is in the denominator, so we divide top and bottom by 2.5

**How to convert a rate to a unit rate?**

To convert a rate to a unit rate, we divide the numerator by the denominator. This gives us a denominator of 1 1. Anita was paid $384 $384 last week for working 32 hours 32 hours.

**How to calculate the rate of pay per hour?**

For example, if you are paid $12.50 $12.50 for each hour you work, you could write that your hourly (unit) pay rate is $12.50/hour $12.50/hour (read $12.50 $12.50 per hour.) To convert a rate to a unit rate, we divide the numerator by the denominator. This gives us a denominator of 1 1.