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### Course: Algebra (all content)>Unit 15

Lesson 2: Appropriate units

# Defining appropriate quantities for modeling

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## Problem

Analia is a school district manager. Here are some details about two schools in her district for the last school year:
School ASchool B
Number of students$3000$$4000$
Number of teachers$190$$380$
Graduation rate$86\mathrm{%}$$90\mathrm{%}$
Budget per student$\mathrm{}10,500$$\mathrm{}10,000$
% of students in sports club$62\mathrm{%}$$68\mathrm{%}$
Number of sports medals won$9$$7$
SAT average$1200$$1050$
SAT range (max-min)$900$$700$
Analia wants to know which school has higher academic achievements relative to the number of teachers per student.
1) Analia thought of two different ways to define this quantity. Identify these two definitions among the following options.