Using proportions to make inferences

Using proportions to make inferences
Using proportions to make inferences
Using proportions to make inferences
Using proportions to make inferences
Using proportions to make inferences
Using proportions to make inferences
Using proportions to make inferences
Using proportions to make inferences
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Includes 20 problems (with boxes for students to show their work). Students will be given a real world problem, such as :

A student randomly selects 15 books from the classroom library and finds that 3 have damaged covers. If the classroom library has 200 books, how many would he expect to have damaged covers? Answer: 40

This includes 20 problems and the answer key. You can edit the word document as needed. Thank you for your consideration.
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2 pages
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1 hour
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