Interpret Proportional Relationships (Equations)

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Interpret proportional relationships (equations)

<p>Paul is reading a book. He uses the equation `y = 4/3x` to predict how many pages of the book (`y`) he can read in `x` minutes.</p><ul><li>How many pages can Paul read per minute?</li><li>How long does it take Paul to read `1` page? </li></ul>

#2 of 3: Medium

Interpret proportional relationships (equations)

<p>Patricia follows her family’s cheese pasta recipe to cook dinner. She uses the equation `y = 5x` to see how many tablespoons of milk (`y`) are required based on the cups of shredded cheese (`x`) that are used.</p> <ul><li>How much milk is required for `1` cup of shredded cheese?</li><li>How much shredded cheese is required for `1` tablespoon of milk?</li></ul>

#3 of 3: Medium

Interpret proportional relationships (equations)

<p>Travel Rent-a-Car offers multi-day car rentals. They calculate the rental charges (`d` dollars) for renting the car for `n` days by using the equation `d = 48n`.</p><ul><li>How much money does the rental car cost per day?</li><li>For what part of a day can you rent a car for `1` dollar?</li></ul>

For 7th Grade students, interpreting a proportional relationship is an essential skill. Students can use “Interpret proportional relationships practice problems” to develop their skills in interpreting the equation of proportional relationships. In these problems, students are asked to interpret the proportional relationship from the equation in the given context. By solving these practice problems, students can gain confidence in their abilities to interpret the proportional relationship from the given equation.

For 7th Grade students, interpreting a proportional relationship is an essential skill. Students can use “Interpret proportional relationships practice problems” to develop their skills in interpreting the equation of proportional relationships. In these problems, students are asked to interpret the proportional relationship from the equation in the given context. By solving these practice problems, students can gain confidence in their abilities to interpret the proportional relationship from the given equation.

For 7th Grade students, interpreting a proportional relationship is an essential skill. Students can use “Interpret proportional relationships practice problems” to develop their skills in interpreting the equation of proportional relationships. In these prob...

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Grade 7
Rates And Proportional Relationships
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Stephen Abate
19-year math teacher
Carmel, CA
Any math teacher that I know would love to have access to ByteLearn.
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Jennifer Maschino
4-year math teacher
Summerville, SC
“I love that ByteLearn helps reduce a teacher’s workload and engages students through an interactive digital interface.”
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Rodolpho Loureiro
Dean, math program manager, principal
Miami, FL
“ByteLearn provides instant, customized feedback for students—a game-changer to the educational landscape.”