Linear Relationships
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• Question 1
180 seconds
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Which equation matches the graph?

y = 1/3x + 3

y = 3x

y = x +3

y = 3x + 3

• Question 2
180 seconds
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Which equation matches the table?

y =4 x + 7

y = 1/4x +11

y = 4x -11

y = 11x + 4

• Question 3
180 seconds
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Does this graph show a proportional relationship?

Yes, because it is linear

Yes, because it is linear and goes through the origin.

No, because it is not linear

No, because it does not go through the origin.

• Question 4
180 seconds
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Sally will earn \$30 for every 5 hours that she babysits. Which of the following equations can be used to represent the proportional relationship?

y = 1/6x +30

y = 6x

y = 5x + 6

y = 6x +5

• Question 5
180 seconds
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Proportional relationships must go through the origin. (0,0)

True

False

• Question 6
180 seconds
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Which of these terms is NOT used to describe the "m" in the equation y=mx+b.

Constant rate of change

starting point

unit rate

Constant of proportionality

• Question 7
180 seconds
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Find the constant rate of change.

1/2

-1/2

2

-2

• Question 8
180 seconds
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What is the value of "b" in the following equation:

y = 2x

2

1

0

none of the above

• Question 9
180 seconds
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Johnny went to the carnival. It cost \$7 to get in and \$2 for every ticket.

Which equation would match this verbal description?

y = 2x

y = 7x + 2

y = 7x + 0

y = 2x + 7

• Question 10
180 seconds
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What can you use to represent linear relationships?

verbal descriptions

equations

graphs

tables

all of the above

• Question 11
180 seconds
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Billy opened a bank account with \$200, and every week he spends \$15.

Which equation best represents this situation?

y = -15x + 200

y = 15x - 200

y = 200x + 15

y = 15x + 200

• Question 12
180 seconds
Q.

What values would be in the next row?

11 & 16

10 & 22

10 & 20

11 & 22

• Question 13
180 seconds
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Which of the following equations does NOT match the table?