 Proportions
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• Question 1
300 seconds Q. REVIEW QUESTION
Which best describes the graph represented in this table?
proportional
non-proportional
• Question 2
300 seconds Q. Is the graph proportional or non proportional?
Proportional
Non-Proportional
• Question 3
300 seconds Q. Does this graph represent a proportional relationship?
No, because it doesn't pass through the origin.
Yes, because it is linear (striaght).
Yes, because it intersects the y axis.
No, because it intersects the x axis.
• Question 4
300 seconds Q. The graph shows the water level as a bathtub fills.  Select the correct choice that describes this graph.
The graph is proportional because the y to x ratio is constant (the same).
The graph is non-proportional because it does not pass through the origin (0,0).
The graph is proportional because it is linear (a straight line).
The graph is non-proportional because it is linear (a straight line).
• Question 5
300 seconds Q. Which statement best describes the relationship of x and y in the table?
Proportional
Not Proportional
• Question 6
300 seconds Q. Which graph is proportional?
A
B
C and D
All of the graphs are proportional
• Question 7
300 seconds
Q. Shawn makes \$7.50 an hour to babysit for her next door neighbors.  Describe the graph of this relationship.
Proportional
Non-proportional
• Question 8
300 seconds Q. Is this table proportional?
Yes
No
• Question 9
300 seconds
Q. Which relationship is an example of a proportional function?
a rental company charges \$80 per day and a one-time fee of \$24
a taxi ride costs \$2 for the first  mile and \$4 for each additional mile
a gym membership costs \$30 per month and an additional annual registration fee of \$75
Beverly earns \$150 a week for 10 week
• Question 10
300 seconds
Q. About 13 out of 20 homes have a personal computer. On a street with 60 homes, how many computers would you expect to have?
39 Computers
4.3 Homes
39 Homes
4.3 Computers
• Question 11
300 seconds
Q. A 6-ounce package of fruit snacks contains 45 pieces. How many pieces would you expect in a 10-ounce package?
75 Pieces
27-ounces
27 pieces
75-ounces
• Question 12
300 seconds
Q. The waiting time to ride a roller coaster is 20 minutes when 150 people are in line. How long is the waiting time when 240 people are in line?
32 People
32 Min.
12.5 Min.
12.5 People
• Question 13
300 seconds Q. Solve for x
x = 98/5
x = 5/98
x = 101/5
• Question 14
300 seconds Q. Solve for x
x = 6
x = 25
x = 28
x = 17
• Question 15
300 seconds Q. Solve for x
x = 16
x = 28
x = 1/26
x = 26
• Question 16
300 seconds
Q. What is a proportion?
When two ratios can be simplified
When two ratios are equivalent and show the same value
When two ratios have the exact same numbers
When two ratios can be multiplied by 2
• Question 17
300 seconds Q. Solve the proportion.
q=2
q=9
q=4.5
q=6
• Question 18
300 seconds Q. Solve the proportion.
10.8
7.5
• Question 19
300 seconds
Q. There were 5 ice cream cones for every 3 brownies sold at the ice cream shop. If there were 24 brownies sold, how many ice cream cones were sold?
8
15
40
29
• Question 20
300 seconds Q. Why does this graph show a non-proportional relationship?