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note on calculating the student staff ratio (SSR)

Derek W. Birch

note on calculating the student staff ratio (SSR)

student taught curricula hours v student attended (registered) hours.

by Derek W. Birch

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Published by Further Education Staff College in Bristol .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesCoombe Lodge working paper, Information bank number -- 1726
ContributionsFurther Education Staff College.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13805016M

The ratio of 4 to 8 to 12 is the continued ratio We get the continued ratio above by combining 3 ratios. , , and When doing ratios, make sure that quantities are in the same units first. Ratio of 24 inches to 6 feet Since 1 foot = 12 inches, 6 feet = 6 × 12 inches = 72 inches. Now, you can do the ratio of 24 inches to 72 inches. The students will be using their notes and manipulatives to see the different relationships. The notes will start them out with a scenario. They will have to then model the ratio (unifix cubes work well) and decide if it is a part to whole, part to part, or whole to part relationship and then write the ratio in its different formats.

Section 3: Basic Financial Ratios. SEEP Microfinance Ratios. Comparing Performance Using BenchMarking. MicroBanking Bulletin Benchmarks for Asia. Calculating Effective Interest on Loans. Section 4: Financial Ratio Analysis. CGAP Focus Note 22 – MFI Rating Systems. CAMEL Rating Technical Note – ACCION. TIPS4RM: Grade 7: Unit 9 – Ratio and Rate 2 Unit 9: Day 1: Relating to Ratios Grade 7 Math Learning Goals • Students will understand that ratios are a comparison of two quantities • Students will represent ratios using a variety of forms, e.g. 3 to 4, , 3/4, or • Students will investigate the relationship between decimals, fractions, and percent as.

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