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## What is a rate in math?

A rate is a special ratio in which the two terms are in different units. When rates are expressed as a quantity of 1, such as 2 feet per second (that is, per 1 second) or 5 miles per hour (that is, per 1 hour), they can be defined as unit rates.

**What are some examples of unit rates?**

Some examples of unit rates are: miles per hour, blinks per second, calories per serving, steps per day and heart beats per minute.

### What is the unit rate of 150 miles in 3 hours?

50 miles/hour

This can be expressed as 150 miles divided by 3 hours which is equal to 150 miles/3 hours or 50 miles/hour. Here the word ‘per’ means for every hour. 50 miles/ hour is the average speed at which the car travels. 50 miles/hour is an example of a unit rate.

**How do you find the interest rate?**

Using the interest rate formula, we get the interest rate, which is the percentage of the principal amount, charged by the lender or bank to the borrower for the use of its assets or money for a specific time period. The interest rate formula is Interest Rate = (Simple Interest × 100)/(Principal × Time).

## How do you solve rate problems?

All rate problems can be solved by using the formula D = R(T), which translates to distance (D) equals rate (R) multiplied by time (T).

**What is rate and example?**

The definition of a rate is a quantity measured and compared to another quantity measured (such as a number of miles per hour) or is the cost of something. An example of a rate is being paid $10 per hour. An example of a rate is the price of gas. A rate of speed of 60 miles an hour.

### What is a unit rate 6th grade?

This is a simple beginner lesson (for about 6th grade level) concerning UNIT RATES. A unit rate is a ratio where the second term of the ratio is ONE of something. For example, the rate “122 words in 5 minutes” is converted into an unit rate by dividing 122/5, which is 24.4, and writing the “words per minute” after it.

**What is the formula to find unit rate?**

How to Find Unit Rate? In a unit rate, the denominator is always 1. So, to find unit rate, divide the denominator with the numerator in a way that the denominator becomes 1. For example, if 50km is covered in 5.5 hours, the unit rate will be 50km/5.5 hours = 9.09 km/hour.

## What is an interest rate example?

An interest rate is a percentage that shows the pace at which an amount of money will grow over time. For example, if someone gives you a one-year loan with a 10% interest rate, you’d owe them $110 back after 12 months. Interest rates obviously work against you as a borrower.

**How do you find the rate in simple interest?**

Simple interest is calculated with the following formula: S.I. = P × R × T, where P = Principal, R = Rate of Interest in % per annum, and T = The rate of interest is in percentage r% and is to be written as r/100. Principal: The principal is the amount that initially borrowed from the bank or invested.