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In this tutorial, we will discuss rates - a very important concept that is often confused with ratios. Hence, a significant number of examples are provided to clarify the misconceptions that are associated with this term.
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|Tutorial ID||Math Tutorial Title||Tutorial||Video|
|4.2||Rates. Applications of Ratios and Rates in Practice|
|Lesson ID||Math Lesson Title||Lesson||Video|
|4.2.1||What Are Rates? Clarifying Misconceptions|
|4.2.2||Two Associated Unit Rates|
|4.2.3||Rate of a Quantity Change|
|4.2.4||Applications of Rates in Practice|
|4.2.5||Applications of Ratios in Practice - The Golden Ratio and Fibonacci Numbers|
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