Maths Ratio Proportion part 13 (Unitary Method) CBSE Class 6 Mathematics VI  Summary and Q&A
TL;DR
This video explains the concept of unitary method in ratio and proportion, which involves finding the value of one unit and using it to calculate the value of the required number of units.
Questions & Answers
Q: What is the unitary method in ratio and proportion?
The unitary method involves finding the value of one unit first and then using it to calculate the value of the required number of units in ratio and proportion problems.
Q: How do you find the value of one unit in unitary method?
To find the value of one unit, divide the given quantity or cost by the corresponding number of units. For example, if three books cost rupees fifty, the cost of one book would be rupees fifty divided by three.
Q: How is the unitary method used in solving reallife problems?
The unitary method is used to compare costs, quantities, or values in reallife problems. By finding the cost or value of one unit, we can compare and determine which option is cheaper or more costeffective.
Q: What is the significance of the unitary method in ratio and proportion?
The unitary method is a fundamental concept in ratio and proportion problems as it helps in finding the value of one unit and using it to calculate the value of the required number of units accurately.
Summary & Key Takeaways

The video introduces the concept of unitary method in ratio and proportion, which involves finding the value of one unit.

It explains how to calculate the value of one unit using the given information and then use it to find the value of the required number of units.

The video provides examples and stepbystep explanations to illustrate the application of the unitary method.