## How do you find rates?

How to calculate rate

- Identify the measurements being compared.
- Compare the measurements side-by-side.
- Simplify your calculations by the greatest common factor.
- Express your found rate.
- Find the difference between the two data values.
- Divide the difference by the original number.
- Multiply the results by 100.

### What is the example of rate?

In math, a rate is a ratio that compares two different quantities which have different units. For example, if we say John types 50 words in a minute, then his rate of typing is 50 words per minute. The word “per” gives a clue that we are dealing with a rate.

**What are some examples of unit rates?**

Some examples of unit rates are: miles per hour, blinks per second, calories per serving, steps per day and heart beats per minute.

**What is a rate example?**

A rate is a special ratio in which the two terms are in different units. For example, if a 12-ounce can of corn costs 69¢, the rate is 69¢ for 12 ounces. This is not a ratio of two like units, such as shirts. This is a ratio of two unlike units: cents and ounces.

## What are 2 examples of rates?

Here are some examples of common rates: Speed limit, interest rate, crime rate, profit rate, birth rate, death rate, etc.

### Are there any free unit rate worksheets?

These free unit rate worksheets will help develop mastery of unit rates. You will learn to work with unit rates in graphs, tables, and word problems. Each math worksheet is accompanied by an answer key, is printable, and can be customized to fit your needs.

**How do the math worksheets work?**

Each math worksheet is accompanied by an answer key, is printable, and can be customized to fit your needs. These unit rate worksheets will help students meet Common Core Standards for Ratios & Proportional Relationships by working with unit rates in multiple representations.

**Are there any free worksheets in the Math Tutorial?**

Our free to download, printable worksheets help you practice Math concepts, and improve your analytical and problem-solving skills. We have 3 worksheets for each topic in the tutorial.