Proportional Relationships
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• Question 1
300 seconds
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What ratio is equivalent to 4:5? Select all that apply.

8:10

20:25

5:6

1:5/4

• Question 2
180 seconds
Q.

Jane wants to triple her lemonade recipe. For two drinks, she mixes 3 lemons with 2 cups of water. What will she need to triple her recipe?

6 lemons, 4 cups of water

8 lemons, 6 cups of water

9 lemons, 6 cups of water

12 lemons, 8 cups of water

• Question 3
300 seconds
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Carley is throwing a party. She needs 3 liters of soda for every 12 guests. If there are 48 guests attending the party, how many liters of soda will she need?

144 liters

36 liters

8 liters

12 liters

• Question 4
120 seconds
Q.

What is the reciprocal of 7?

1/2

7/1

2

1/7

• Question 5
120 seconds
Q.

What is the constant of proportionality?

45

50

27

1

• Question 6
120 seconds
Q.

What is the constant of proportionality from meters to kilometers?

1,000

1

1/1,000

1/2

• Question 7
300 seconds
Q.

Concrete building blocks weigh 28 pounds each. If b represents the number of concrete blocks and w represents the weight, what equation relates the two variables?

28/w=b

28w=b

28b=w

28bw

• Question 8
300 seconds
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A store sells rope by the meter. The equation p=0.8L represents the price p (in dollars) of a piece of nylon rope that is L meters long. How much does the nylon rope cost?

\$8

\$80

\$0.80

\$0.08

• Question 9
180 seconds
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Are these two drinks going to taste the same? Select all that apply.

yes, the constant of proportionality is 1.5

no, they don't have the same constant of proportionality.

yes, they're equivalent ratios.

no, they the first one will taste stronger.

• Question 10
180 seconds
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How many tbsp of honey is needed for 20 cups of flour?