Ratios and proportional relationships
This series of short tasks is designed to assess how well students understand proportional reasoning in practical contexts. The contexts featured include:
- Relating a photograph to its negative
- Water used by a washing machine
- Coffee powder and cups of coffee made
- Stamp collections
A detailed rubric is provided for each task.
This task is from the Mathematics Assessment Resource Service, a collaboration between UC Berkeley and the Shell Centre team at the University of Nottingham. A full rubric is given for the task. Further information on the collection is given here.
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