To **find the unit rate**, divide the numerator and denominator of the given **rate** by the denominator of the given **rate**. So in this case, divide the numerator and denominator of 70/5 by 5, to get 14/1, or 14 students per class, which is the **unit rate**.

Subsequently, question is, what are unit rates? A **rate** is a special ratio in which the two terms are in different units. For example, if a 12-ounce can of corn costs 69¢, the **rate** is 69¢ for 12 ounces. When **rates** are expressed as a quantity of 1, such as 2 feet per second or 5 miles per hour, they are called **unit rates**.

Also to know is, what is the ordered pair of the unit rate?

The slope is often represented as a **ratio**, which could be expressed as a **unit rate** found at the point on the graph with the **ordered pair** (1, 4.2) or in the table, x = 1 and y = 4.2. The **ratio** for the slope is frequently represented with m. For example .40/2 hours = the **unit rate** of .20/1 hour.

What is a unit on a graph?

**Units** on **graphs** In science and engineering, the fundamental **units** for length and time are metres (abbreviation m) and seconds (s). Multiples and submultiples (kilometre, microsecond) are used when needed. There are two common ways of representing **units** on the axes of **graphs** (here m and s).