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A ratio table gives a bunch of equivalent ratios.
Let's look at an example where we'll build a ratio table.
Ben drinks 1\blueD1 glass of milk for every 2\goldD2 cookies that he eats:
We can use this ratio to begin a ratio table:
Glasses of milkCookies
1\blueD12\goldD2
If Ben drinks 2\blueD2 glasses of milk, then he eats 4\goldD4 cookies:
Let's use this to continue the ratio table:
Glasses of milkCookies
1\blueD12\goldD2
2\blueD24\goldD4
Notice that both of the ratios in the ratio table are equivalent:
12=24\dfrac{\blueD1}{\goldD2} = \dfrac{\blueD2}{\goldD4}
If Ben drinks 4\blueD4 glasses of milk, then he eats 8\goldD8 cookies:
Let's use this to continue the ratio table:
Glasses of milkCookies
1\blueD12\goldD2
2\blueD24\goldD4
4\blueD48\goldD8
Notice that all of the ratios in the ratio table are equivalent:
12=24=48\dfrac{\blueD1}{\goldD2} = \dfrac{\blueD2}{\goldD4} = \dfrac{\blueD4}{\goldD8}

Let's practice!

Problem set 1:

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