Proportional Relationships in Tables, Graphs, and Equations
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• Question 1
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Q. Does the table represent a proportional relationship?
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No.
• Question 2
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Q. Does the table represent a proportional relationship?
Yes.
No.
• Question 3
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Q. Does this graph represent a proportional relationship?
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No
• Question 4
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Q. Does this graph represent a proportional relationship?
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No
• Question 5
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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 6
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Q. Using the graph above, determine the constant of proportionality.
k = 0
k = 1
k = 3
k = 6
• Question 7
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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 8
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Q. The graph above shows the price of games in dollars.  Is the graph proportional and how do you know?
The graph is proportional  because it is linear.
The graph is proportional because it is linear and passes through the origin.
The graph is not proportional because it does not pass through the origin.
The graph is not proportional because it is not linear and it does not pass through the origin.
• Question 9
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Q. Determine if the table above is proportional and how do you know?
The table is proportional because the unit rate is a constant 0.33.
The table is proportional because it passes through the origin.
The table is proportional because the unit rate is a constant 0.28
The table is not proportional because the unit rate is not constant.
• Question 10
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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 11
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How many tbsp of honey is needed for 20 cups of flour?

2

18

25

16

• Question 12
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Q. The constant of proportionality can be found by finding the __________  _____________.
unit rate
ratio rate
rational number
• Question 13
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Q. On Saturday, Dr. Morrison drove 340 miles in 5 hours. On Sunday, he drove 198 in 3 hours. Based on this information, which statement is true?
His rate on Saturday was 2 miles per hour slower than his rate on Sunday.
His rate on Sunday was 2 miles per hour slower than his rate on Saturday.
His rate on Saturday was the same as his rate on Sunday.
His rate on Sunday was 2 miles per hour faster than his rate on Saturday.
• Question 14
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Q. How do you find k?
x/y
y/x
y=kx
x ⋅ y
• Question 15
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Q. What does the point (2, 94) represent in this situation?
Every week, they earn \$94.
After 94 weeks, they save \$2.
After 1 week, they save \$47.
After 2 weeks, they save \$94.
• Question 16
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Q. Which graph is non-proportional?
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B
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D
• Question 17
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Q. Which of the following rates of change represents the graph shown?
2 boys for every 1 girl
0.5 boys for every 1 girl
6 boys for every 1 girl
3 boys for every 1 girl
• Question 18
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Q. Write an equation for this relationship.
y = 18x
y = 18.50x
y = 22.50x
y = 22x
• Question 19
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Q. What is the formula for a proportional relationship?
y=kx
y=k/x
z=ykx
y=ky
• Question 20
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Q. Which graph matches the table?