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Ratios in the Kitchen

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You can’t get away from using math--not even in the kitchen. This engaging site deals with ratios and how they are important in cooking. Users learn the relationship between numbers or quantities to have the recipe turn out as intended. Students can find the different ways of expressing a ratio in numbers and in words, watch a slide show, and get feedback on their answers. Additional practice in using ratios is suggested.

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