 Identifying Proportional Relationships (tables)
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• Question 1
180 seconds
Q. What is a Ratio?
A comparison of two quantities
To multiply two fractions
A number over another number
Two decimals that can be multiplied
• Question 2
180 seconds Q. REVIEW QUESTION
Is this table proportional or non-proportional?
Proportional
Non-Proportional
both
neither
• Question 3
180 seconds Q. Which statement best describes the relationship of x and y in the table?
Proportional
Not Proportional
• Question 4
180 seconds Q. Is this table proportional?
yes
no
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• Question 5
180 seconds Q. Which statement best describes the relationship between x and y in the table?
Proportional
Not Proportional
• Question 6
180 seconds Q. Does the table show a proportional relationship?
Yes
No
• Question 7
180 seconds Q. This is a table with a proportional relationship between A and B.  Find the missing value of B.
33
44
32
48
• Question 8
180 seconds Q. What is the constant of proportionality?
\$3
\$4
\$2
\$9
• Question 9
180 seconds Q. What is the constant of proportionality?
15
5
75
25
• Question 10
180 seconds Q. Is the given table a proportional relationship? If so, what is the constant of proportionality?
Yes; 1/3
Yes; 3
Yes; 5
No
• Question 11
180 seconds Q. The number of trees and the number of apples are given in the table above.  Determine which statement below is correct.
The table is not proportional because the unit rate is not constant.
The table is proportional and the unit rate is 1/13
The table is proportional and the unit rate is 13.
The table is not proportional because it doesn't pass through the origin.
• Question 12
180 seconds Q. Using the table above, determine which statement is correct.
The table is proportional and the unit rate is 100.
The table is not proportional because the unit rate is not constant.
The table is not proportional because it doesn't pass through the origin.
The table is proportional and the unit rate is 0.01.
• Question 13
300 seconds Q. What is the constant ratio or constant of proportionality (in miles per hour) based on the table?