Duyen: The store clerk
Leea: The camera person
Sandra (me): the customer trying to find the best value for the bears
Two term ratio: Compares two quantaties measured in the same units.
Three term ratio: Compares three quantaties measured in the same units.
Part to part ratio: Compares one part of a group to eachother.
Part to whole ratio: Compares one part of a group to a whole group.
Example of a ratio used in our video would be: 1 teddy bear:the total of stuffed animals, which would be a part to whole ratio.
Rate: Compares two quantaties measured in different units.
Unit rate: a rate in which the second term is one.
Unit price: a unit rate used when shopping.
Example of a rate used in our video would be: $1.50/stuffed animal, $4.00/stuffed animal which would be a unit price.
Proportion: a relationship that says that two ratios or two rates are equal.
Example of a proportion used in our video would be: figuring out which stuffed animal would be a better value using two rates.
The original video is Banana sign, we changed our video allot so it is not exactly like the original, we didn't even use sign language in it, so we used the sesame street video as our inspiration. What happens in the video is that Samara is trying to tell Telly she wants a Banana in sign language, but Telly doesn't understand her until the end of the video.
This is our Video that we made, we have two because the camera caught us off on the first video.