## Reflection: Grappling with Complexity Using Ratios to Solve Problems - Section 3: Instruction & Teacher Modeling

When using ratios to solve problems, the ratio presented is not always the ratio that needs to be used. This video address how I teach students how to change the ratio to fit the problem.

Grappling with Complexity: Changing Ratios to Solve Problems

# Using Ratios to Solve Problems

Unit 2: Ratios & Proportions
Lesson 6 of 20

## Big Idea: So, how are these two groups related? Understanding the multiplicative relationship between groups.

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Math, proportions, problem solving, ratio of whole numbers, comparison statements, Ratios and Proportions
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### Michelle Braggs

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