# Baking Relationships

## Worksheet Description

This worksheet presents a series of problems centered around the concept of proportional relationships within the realm of baking. The problems engage students in applying their knowledge of proportions to various baking scenarios, such as determining the quantity of ingredients needed for different batch sizes or adjusting cooking times based on temperature changes. It uses practical examples like adjusting the amount of flour for a different number of cookies, scaling the quantity of vanilla extract for a cupcake recipe, and altering the sugar content for a batch of cookies.

The worksheet is designed to teach students how to apply mathematical proportions to real-life tasks, in this case, baking. It helps students understand the concept of direct proportionality and how it can be used to scale recipes up or down. The exercises focus on enhancing students’ abilities to perform calculations for ingredient adjustments and to understand the relationships between quantities in recipes. By solving these problems, students practice converting verbal statements into mathematical equations that reflect direct proportional relationships.