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###### Lessons

- Write the following ratios using ratio notation in lowest terms.
- Write the following ratios in fraction form in lowest terms.
- The following table shows the sugar and flour needed for different kinds of bakery.
Bakery

Sugar (g)

Flour (g)

Cake

40

120

Cookie

20

60

bread

30

450

**Ratios With Decimals**Simplify the following ratios.

**Ratios With Fractions**Simplify the following ratios.

**Ratios in Different Units**Simplify the following ratios.

**Application of Ratios**Jack and Jill are to share the candies in the ratio 3:4. If there are 21 candies in total, how many candies does each of them get?

- Harry and Sally got some pocket money from their mother and they were to split it in the ratio 3:5. If Sally got $30, how much money in total did their mother give them?

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###### Topic Notes

In this lesson, we will learn:

- Ratios With Decimals
- Ratios With Fractions
- Ratios in Different Units
- Application of Ratios

__Notes:__- A ratio should always be in its simplest/most reduced form (no common factors).
- The values in a ratio should always be integers if possible.
- A ratio can be scaled up/down by multiplying/dividing the ratio numbers by the same value. This process is called scaling, and the value used for scaling is called the scale factor.

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