11.1: How Is It Growing?
Look for a pattern in the figures.

How many total tiles will be in:
 the 4th figure?
 the 5th figure?
 the 10th figure?

How do you see it growing?
Let’s use tables to represent equivalent ratios.
Look for a pattern in the figures.
How many total tiles will be in:
How do you see it growing?
Noah’s recipe for one batch of sparkling orange juice uses 4 liters of orange juice and 5 liters of soda water.
A recipe for trail mix says: “Mix 7 ounces of almonds with 5 ounces of raisins.” Here is a table that has been started to show how many ounces of almonds and raisins would be in differentsized batches of this trail mix.
almonds (oz)  raisins (oz)  

row 1  7  5 
row 2  28  
row 3  10  
row 4  3.5  
row 5  250  
row 6  56 
Complete the table so that ratios represented by each row are equivalent.
You have created a bestselling recipe for chocolate chip cookies. The ratio of sugar to flour is $2:5$.
Create a table in which each entry represents amounts of sugar and flour that might be used at the same time in your recipe.
A table is a way to organize information. Each horizontal set of entries is called a row, and each vertical set of entries is called a column. (The table shown has 2 columns and 5 rows.) A table can be used to represent a collection of equivalent ratios.
Here is a double number line diagram and a table that both represent the situation: “The price is \$2 for every 3 mangos.”
A table is a way to organize information. Each rectangle in the table is called a cell. Each horizontal set of entries is called a row, and each vertical set of entries is called a column. The first row in a table often contains headers to explain what information is in each column.
This table shows the taillengths of three different pets. It has four rows and two columns.
The first cell in each column tells you what kind of information is in that column.
pet  tail length (inches) 

dog  22 
cat  12 
mouse  2 