#### Income statement and profitability ratios

This resource has been developed for Eduqas AS Componet 2 Finance - the Income statement and profitability ratios. It contains a power point and two worksheets.

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This resource has been developed for Eduqas AS Componet 2 Finance - the Income statement and profitability ratios. It contains a power point and two worksheets.

This covers all profitability, liquidity, and gearing ratios, in addition to the limitations of ratio analysis.

Worksheet providing practice on solving problems involving ratio and proportion. (Includes 8 interesting tasks.)

Everything you need to teach year 7 - 10 ratio lessons!
All lessons contain:
5 a day starter,
learning objectives with progress tick sheet,
Fully animated and clear examples,
Differentiated, colour-coordinated questions WITH answers,
Lesson 1:
Introduction into ratio & proportion!
How to write and simplify ratios with enjoyable bingo game as a plenary.
Lesson 2:
Direct proportion using the unitary method!
Simple, clear examples with fun paired work main activity, great for all abilities. I often use it as a class timed activity to see which student can get the most points, works amazingly work quiet, challenging work!
Lesson 3:
Direct and inverse proportion using unitary method!
Clear examples of both proportion with functional questions of mixed direct and inverse questions.
Lesson 4:
Dividing a given amount into a ratio!
Functional questions and examples of diving into ratios with self assessment progress slide to finish.
Lesson 5:
Direct proportion with constant k!
Introduction into the constant k and it’s terminology. Questions include equations and tables. Fun code breaker to end.
Lesson 6:
Introduction into inverse proportion with constant k. Including equation and table style questions, also with code breaker from tes.
Bonus Lesson!
I have added in a group work lesson which I have found from tes which is about dividing amounts into a ratio in a bank robbery!
These are all my favourite lessons from the ratio topic and I hope you enjoy them too! If you like them or think I could improve them in anyway, please rate or comment!
Thanks =]

Ratios: These ratios cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while they practice their skills with ratios. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.
Ratios Cootie Catchers Contents:
There are 2 cootie catchers in this product, each one having 8 problems for a total of 16 problems. Each cootie catcher has problems which involve equivalence, word problems, reducing ratios, and determining ratios from patterns. Answers to each problem are included.
*** Enjoy this Lesson? Do a search for my other Cootie Catchers: ***
♦ Grades 1-3:
Addition
Arrays
Balancing Equations
Coins
Estimating Sums
Expanded Form
Fact Families
Greater Than Less Than
Long Division
Missing Addends
Multiplication Word Problems
Number Bonds Word Problems
Skip Counting
Subtraction
Telling Time
♦ Grades 3-5:
Balancing Equations
Capacity
Comparing Decimals
Decimals
Elapsed Time
Expanded Form
Exponents
Fact Families
Factors & Multiples
Fractions
Fractions on a Number Line
Greater Than Less Than
Greatest Common Factors
Least Common Multiple
Long Division
Mean, Median, Mode, & Range
Metric Measurement
Mixed Numbers
Multiplication
Number Patterns
Order of Operations
Percents
Place Value
Prime & Composite Numbers
Prime Factorization
Probability
Properties of Mult.
Rounding
Word Problems
♦ Grades 6-8:
Customary Measurements
Fractions: Add & Sub, Decimals, & Percents
Fractions: Equivalent & Reducing Fractions
Greater Than Less Than
Improper Fractions & Mixed Numbers
Integers
Operations with Fractions
Rational Numbers
Ratios
Simple Interest
♦ Geometry:
3D Shapes
Angle Pair Relationships
Area of a Circle & Composite Figures
Circumference of a Circle
Missing Angles
Perimeter
Polygons
Pythagorean Theorem
Quadrilaterals
Surface Area of Rectangular Prisms
Volume & Surface Area of Cylinders
Volume of Cones, Rectangular Prisms, & Triangular Prisms
♦ Algebra:
Absolute Value
Combining Like Terms
Distributive Property
Equations
Evaluating Expressions
Inequalities
Linear Equations
Polynomials
Proportions
Quadratic Equations
Scientific Notation
Simplifying Expressions
Slope
System of Equations
Two Step & Multi Step Equations
Writing Expressions

A complete lesson on connected ratios, with the 9-1 GCSE in mind. The lesson is focused on problems where, for example, the ratios a:b and b:c are given, and pupils have to find the ratio a:b:c in its simplest form. Assumes pupils have already learned how to generate equivalent ratios and share in a ratio- see my other resources for lessons on these topics.
Activities included:
Starter:
A set of questions to recap equivalent ratios.
Main:
A brief look at ratios in baking, to give context to the topic.
Examples and quick questions for pupils to try. Questions are in the style shown in the cover image.
A set of questions for pupils to consolidate.
A challenging extension task where pupils combine the techniques learned with sharing in a ratio to solve more complex word problems in context.
Plenary:
A final puzzle in a different context (area), that could be solved using connected ratios and should stimulate some discussion.
Printable worksheets and answers included.
Please review if you buy as any feedback is appreciated!

Ratios: These task cards are a great way for students to have fun while they practice their skills with ratios. There are 26 questions which include problems on equivalence, reducing ratios, determining ratios from patterns, and word problems. An answer sheet and an answer key is provided.
Do a search for my other Math Task Cards:
♦ Ages 6-9:
Addition
Arrays
Balancing Equations
Coins
Estimating Sums
Expanded Form
Fact Families
Greater Than Less Than
Long Division
Missing Addends
Multiplication Word Problems
Number Bonds Word Problems
Skip Counting
Subtraction
Telling Time
♦ Ages 9-11:
Balancing Equations
Capacity
Comparing Decimals
Decimals
Elapsed Time
Expanded Form
Exponents
Fact Families
Factors & Multiples
Fractions
Fractions on a Number Line
Greater Than Less Than
Greatest Common Factors
Least Common Multiple
Long Division
Mean, Median, Mode, & Range
Metric Measurement
Mixed Numbers
Multiplication
Number Patterns
Order of Operations
Percents
Place Value
Prime & Composite Numbers
Prime Factorization
Probability
Properties of Mult.
Rounding
Word Problems
♦ Ages 11-14:
Customary Measurements
Fractions: Add & Sub, Decimals, & Percents
Fractions: Equivalent & Reducing Fractions
Greater Than Less Than
Improper Fractions & Mixed Numbers
Integers
Operations with Fractions
Rational Numbers
Ratios
Simple Interest
♦ Geometry:
3D Shapes
Angle Pair Relationships
Area of a Circle & Composite Figures
Circumference of a Circle
Missing Angles
Perimeter
Polygons
Pythagorean Theorem
Quadrilaterals
Surface Area of Rectangular Prisms
Volume & Surface Area of Cylinders
Volume of Cones, Rectangular Prisms, & Triangular Prisms

This my attempt to create a sheet that ticks all the boxes.
The sheet includes:
Literacy section with key words and definitions
Write on the sheet starter
Lesson objective
(The above a set in a box to allow pupils to cut out and stick these into their book)
Three sets of questions to aid differentiation by task rather than outcome
A set of extension questions
Plenary questions to check understanding
Homework questions (differentiated)
Additional info on where this skill would be used in real life.
Coloured background and step by step instructions to help support SEND pupils.
This sheet is on simplifying ratios.

The following resource is useful when teaching ratio analysis to Business A-level students (but could be used with GCSE students). The 2 page worksheet tasks students with calculating and contrasting current ratio, acid test ratio, gross profit margin, operating profit margin and ROCE for two fictional businesses. Students then need to explain and analyse the figures with exam style questions that are scaffolded. This worksheet can be used in class or set as a homework assessment.
*calculation solutions provided only.
*the doc is saved as editable for ease of use.

A worksheet which covers all of ratio up to GCSE level
Simplifying,
Writing in ratio notation,
Dividing/ sharing in ratio,
Ratio and fractions,

Simplifying ratio starter, with worded questions examples and some to set as a task. Extending to introducing proportion KS3 style (not the more complex direct inverse KS4). Colourful and with full answers.

Ratio and proportion lesson, this resource can be used to introduce students to the topic. It covers the differences between 'ratio' and 'proportion' using a counter activity. In addition there is a visual animation, where orange squash is made up. This never fails to engage students!
Included in the pack:
Lesson Powerpoint
Worksheet
Extension questions
Lesson plan
Cut and Stick sheets (counter activity)

This is a mastery worksheet that encompasses fluency, reasoning, problem solving, keywords and misconceptions.
The purpose of this sheet is to provide differentiation, challenge and time saving for teachers.
All answers are provided.

Workseet/practice paper, up to level 6.

Differentiated whole lesson worksheet including starter and plenary. Extension challenge available Plenty to offer in a lesson for mixed ability or streamed.

A set of six lessons covering ratio and proportion
1. Understanding Ratio
2. Simplifying Ratios
3. Ratio Calculations
4. Dividing in a Given Ratio
5. Direct Proportion
6. Inverse Proportion
The lessons can be used for whole class work, revision, help for parents or opportunities for pupils to catch up with missed work.

Revision worksheet showing how to express one quantity as a ratio of another, and dividing quantities into a given ratio.

Ratio – sharing money in a ratio.
There are 5 worksheets.
All answers are included.
• Worksheet 1 – a given amount of money is to be shared in a ratio between 2 people.
• Worksheet 2 – a given amount of money is to be shared in a ratio between 3 people.
• Worksheet 3 – a ratio between 2 people is given and you are told that one person gets a certain amount of money. Students need to find out how much money the other person gets.
• Worksheet 4 – a ratio between 2 people is given and you are told that one person gets a certain amount of money more than the other person. Students need to find out how much money each person gets.
• Worksheet 5 – a ratio between 3 people is given and you are told that two of the people get a certain amount of money between them. Students need to find out how much money each person gets. Students are also asked what fraction of the money one of the people gets.
These questions can be done without a calculator.
The document is 10 pages in total.
To view my other resources, please visit Maths Shop
Keywords: worksheet, test, non-calculator, homework, key stage 3, KS3, secondary, new GCSE 9-1, foundation, handout, UK, US.

A complete teaching material for teaching what is meant by...
1. Ratio
2. Proportion
It is animated for greater learning impact.
It is good for teachers, parents and students doing personal studies.
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A lesson to compliment the teaching of surface area to volume ratio, and its effect on the rate of diffusion.
This lesson takes has a maths focus of encouraging students to calculate surface area to volume ratio, and then comparing these values to the time taken for HCl to diffuse into cubes of agar gel which are soaked in phenolphthalein.
Differentiated and engaging for an otherwise dry topic.

Ratios and Rates, This common core aligned Math Mystery (Grade 6 US Common Core Aligned) “Case of The Rogue Runner” will engage your students to practice and review ratios and rates in a fun way. In this math mystery students must solve a variety of ratio and rate math questions to reveal clues which help them discover the identity of the Rogue Runner!
All you need to do is print, copy and go, no fiddly prepping required.
In this math mystery pack you will receive:
- Teacher Instructions
- The Math Mystery Story “Case of The Rogue Runner”
- Possible Suspect List - that students will use as they work through each math clue worksheet.
- Clue 1: Writing ratios to describe objects in a picture
- Clue 2: Unit Rates
- Clue 3: Reducing Ratios
- Clue 4: Unit Prices (with fractions and decimals). I have provided a customary unit and metric unit version for this clue.
- Clue 5: Equivalent Ratios
- A suspect declaration sheet
- Answer sheets, plus a color coded guide to the elimination process
- Printable awards
Available for other grades with different skills/levels of difficulty. Please email me on jjresourcecreations@gmail.com for assistance.
*US spelling used. Please email me on jjresourcecreations@gmail.com if you would like adjusted to suit UK/AUS spelling.
Mrs J.
© 2015