Algebraic Relationships: Tables, Patterns, Rules, Equations
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• Question 1
900 seconds
Q.

The ____-axis represents the independent quantity.

x

y

• Question 2
900 seconds
Q.

The ____-axis represents the dependent quantity.

x

y

• Question 3
900 seconds
Q.

Which equation represents the relationship of the values in the table?

y = x + 6

y = 6 - x

y = x + 3

y = 3x

• Question 4
900 seconds
Q.

What value will complete the table to represent an additive relationship?

17

15

16

18

• Question 5
900 seconds
Q.

Which expression best represents the relationship between cars and minutes?

x + 4

2x

x + 5

x - 5

• Question 6
900 seconds
Q.

From this table, what is the dependent label?

Number of Hours, h

Amount Earned, e

• Question 7
900 seconds
Q.
the equation is
2y = x
the equation is
2x = y
the equation is
x=y
the equation is 1+x = y
• Question 8
180 seconds
Q. Where is point E located?
( 2, 0 )
( 2 , 2 )
( 0 , 2 )
( 0 , 0 )
• Question 9
180 seconds
Q. If you were to plot the point (4, -12) what would be the correct method?
Up 4, left 12
Right 4, up 12
Down 4, left 12
Right 4, down 12
• Question 10
180 seconds
Q.

Flashback Friday: Unit Rates-

Emma earned \$20.40 in 3 hours. What is her unit rate in dollars per hour?

\$7 per hour

\$6 per hour

\$6.80 per hour

\$17.40 per hour

• Question 11
300 seconds
Q. Solve the proportion:
4
8
14
10
• Question 12
300 seconds
Q. Solve the proportion.
1
3
6
5
• Question 13
900 seconds
Q.

Flashback Friday: Ratio and Rate Tables: *Hint* -WON Chart

A 12-ounce bottle of shampoo lasts Carmelo 16 weeks. How long would you expect an 18-ounce bottle of the same brand to last him?

24 Weeks

24-ounce bottle

10.6 Weeks

10.6-ounce bottle

• Question 14
30 seconds
Q.

Flashback Friday: Ratio and Unit Rates-

In the computer lab, there are 1 PC for every 5 Mac computers. If the computer lab has a total of 24 computers, how many are Mac?

20

6

5

10

• Question 15
30 seconds
Q. If there are 24 peaches on the tree and 4 peaches on the ground, what is the ratio of peaches on the ground to total number of peaches?
4/24
4/28
24/4
28/4
• Question 16
900 seconds
Q.

Write an equation from the graph (Hint: make a table first)