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Unit 6 Lessons 8-10b: Find Equivalent Ratios:
Double Number Lines
Model
A recipe calls for 2 cups of sugar to every 3 cups of milk. How many cups of sugar are
needed for a batch that has 15 cups of milk?
10 cups of sugar are needed for 15 cups of milk.
1. Mike has a collection of baseball and basketball cards. For every 1 baseball card he has,
he has 8 basketball cards. How many basketball cards does he have if he has 4 baseball
cards?
2. A car dealership sells 25 cars per month. Out of those 25 cars, 1 is green. How many
green cars did the dealership sell if a total of 100 cars were sold?
Structured Guided Practice
Directions: Use a double number line to solve.
Cups of sugar
Cups of milk
2
3
4
6
6
9
8
12
10
15
baseball cards
green cars per month
total cars per month
Copyright © Swun Math Grade 6 Unit 6 Lessons 8-10b Re-Engage
Re-Engage
Unit 6 Lessons 8-10b: Find Equivalent Ratios:
Double Number Lines
Student Practice
Directions: Use a double number line to solve.
1. For every 2 pints there is 1 quart. How
many quarts are there in 8 pints?
2. There are 3 feet in 1 yard. How many feet
are there in 5 yards?
3. One out of every 5 marbles is yellow. How
many marbles are yellow if there are 20
marbles?
4. A recipe calls for 1 cup of salt to every 6
cups of water. How many cups of salt are
needed for 18 cups of water?
quarts
pints
yards
feet
yellow
marbles
total
marbles
salt
water