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Ratio
a) An equation stating that two ratios are equal. b) A table that shows the value of a single item in terms of another item. It is used to show equivalent ratios of the two items c) A comparison of two quantities. d) A rule containing variables that represent a mathematical relationship.
Markup
a) A rule containing variables that represent a mathematical relationship. b) The amount added to the buying price of an item. It is usually a percent of the buying price c) A table that shows the value of a single item in terms of another item. It is used to show equivalent ratios of the two items d) The amount earned, based on the percent of total sales.
Part-to-Part Ratio
a) This represents a relationship between one part of a whole and another part of the whole. b) The amount earned, based on the percent of total sales. c) This represents a relationship between one part of a whole and the whole. d) The constant ratio of two proportional quantities, x and y.
Commission
a) The amount added to the buying price of an item. It is usually a percent of the buying price. b) A comparison of two quantities. c) A comparison of quantities measured in two different units. d) The amount earned, based on the percent of total sales.
Part-to-Whole Ratio
a) A rule containing variables that represent a mathematical relationship. b) This represents a relationship between one part of a whole and the whole. c) The constant ratio of two proportional quantities, x and y. d) This represents a relationship between one part of a whole and another part of the whole.
Constant of Proportionality
a) The amount earned, based on the percent of total sales. b) This represents a relationship between one part of a whole and the whole. c) The constant ratio of two proportional quantities, x and y. d) The amount added to the buying price of an item. It is usually a percent of the buying price.
Equation
a) A rule containing variables that represent a mathematical relationship. b) The amount earned, based on the percent of total sales. c) This is a rate in which the second number (usually written as the denominator) is 1, or 1 of a quantity. d) A comparison of two quantities.
Unit Rate
a) A table that shows the value of a single item in terms of another item. It is used to show equivalent ratios of the two items b) A comparison of quantities measured in two different units. c) This represents a relationship between one part of a whole and the whole. d) This is a rate in which the second number (usually written as the denominator) is 1, or 1 of a quantity.
Proportion
a) A rule containing variables that represent a mathematical relationship. b) The amount added to the buying price of an item. It is usually a percent of the buying price. c) A comparison of two quantities. d) An equation stating that two ratios are equal.
Rate Table
a) This represents a relationship between one part of a whole and another part of the whole. b) A table that shows the value of a single item in terms of another item. It is used to show equivalent ratios of the two items c) A rule containing variables that represent a mathematical relationship. d) A comparison of quantities measured in two different units.
Rate
a) A table that shows the value of a single item in terms of another item. It is used to show equivalent ratios of the two items b) An equation stating that two ratios are equal. c) A comparison of quantities measured in two different units. d) The amount earned, based on the percent of total sales.
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