# Interpret Proportional Relationships Quiz

8 questions

### #1 of 8:Mild

Interpret proportional relationships (verbal descriptions)

<p>Lenore has a recipe for a lime punch that uses `2` cups of lime juice for `20` cups of water.</p><li>How much lime juice will she use with `1` cup of water?</li><li>How much water will she use with `1` cup of lime juice?</li><highlight data-color="#666" data-style="italic">Write each answer as whole number, exact decimal, or simplified fraction/mixed number.</highlight>

### #2 of 8:Mild

Interpret proportional relationships (verbal descriptions)

<p>The point (`5`, `25`) lies on the graph of a proportional relationship. Find two other points that would also be on the graph. </p><ul><li>The first point should represent the unit rate. </li><li>The second point can be any other point besides the origin.</li></ul><FunctionGraph data-props='{ "options": { "cell_size": 35, "x_min": 0, "x_max":6 , "x_interval": 1, "y_min": 0, "y_max": 30, "y_interval": 5, "x_label": "Number of Games Downloaded", "y_label": "Total Cost (dollars)" }, "points": [ { "x": 5 , "y": 25, "color": "blue", "show_coordinates": true } ], "highlight": false, "domain": [ -4, 4 ], "fn": ""}'></FunctionGraph >

### #3 of 8:Medium

Interpret proportional relationships (verbal descriptions)

<p>Dionne drove `24` miles at a steady speed on the highway and found that the RV he was driving used `3` gallons of gas to travel that distance.</p><li>How many miles will the RV travel on `1` gallon of gas?</li> <li>How much gas will Dionne’s RV use to drive `1` mile?</li><highlight data-color="#666" data-style="italic">Write each answer as whole number, exact decimal, or simplified fraction/mixed number.</highlight>

### #4 of 8:Medium

Interpret proportional relationships (verbal descriptions)

<p>Cora painted a wall in her bedroom with some leftover paint. She was able to paint an area of `24` square feet on her wall with `8` pints of paint.</p><li>How many square feet could Cora cover with `1` pint of paint?</li><li>How much paint would it take to cover `1` square foot of Cora’s wall?</li><highlight data-color="#666" data-style="italic">Write each answer as whole number, exact decimal, or simplified fraction/mixed number.</highlight>

### #5 of 8:Medium

Interpret proportional relationships (verbal descriptions)

<p>The point (`40`, `50`) lies on the graph of a proportional relationship. Find two other points that would also be on the graph. </p><ul><li>The first point should represent the unit rate. </li><li>The second point can be any other point besides the origin.</li></ul><FunctionGraph data-props='{ "options": { "cell_size": 35, "x_min": 0, "x_max": 60, "x_interval": 10, "y_min": 0, "y_max": 60, "y_interval": 10, "x_label": "Waiting Time (seconds)", "y_label": "Distance from Ticket Booth (meters)" }, "points": [ { "x": 40 , "y": 50, "color": "blue", "show_coordinates": true } ], "highlight": false, "domain": [ -4, 4 ], "fn": ""}'></FunctionGraph >

### #6 of 8:Medium

Interpret proportional relationships (verbal descriptions)

<p>The point (`4`, `5`) lies on the graph of a proportional relationship. Find two other points that would also be on the graph. <ul><li>The first point should represent the unit rate. </li><li>The second point can be any other point besides the origin.</li></ul><FunctionGraph data-props='{ "options": { "cell_size": 30, "x_min": 0, "x_max": 8, "x_interval": 1, "y_min": 0, "y_max": 8, "y_interval": 1, "x_label": "Play TIme (minutes)", "y_label": "Points Earned in Video Game" }, "points": [ { "x": 4 , "y": 5, "color": "blue", "show_coordinates": true } ], "highlight": false, "domain": [ -4, 4 ], "fn": ""}'></FunctionGraph >

### #7 of 8:Spicy

Interpret proportional relationships (verbal descriptions)

<p>The point (`4`, `6 1/3`) lies on the graph of a proportional relationship. Find two other points that would also be on the graph.</p> <ul><li>The first point should represent the unit rate. </li><li>The second point can be any other point besides the origin.</li></ul>

### #8 of 8:Spicy

Interpret proportional relationships (verbal descriptions)

<p>Ashlyn is making identical holiday ornaments using two different colors of ribbon. She purchased `36` meters of silver ribbon and `8` meters of blue ribbon to use for her ornament.</p> <li>How much silver ribbon would Ashlyn use for every `1` meter of blue ribbon?</li><li>How much blue ribbon would Ashlyn use for every `1` meter of silver ribbon?</li><highlight data-color="#666" data-style="italic">Write each answer as whole number, exact decimal, or simplified fraction/mixed number.</highlight>

A proportional relationship represents a link between two variables; change in one variable also affects the other. The Interpreting, proportional relationships Quiz tests students’ knowledge of important proportional relationship concepts. The quiz can also check their understanding of the proportionality constant that is indeed the x to y proportion, the line passing through the origin, etc.

A teacher can provide this quiz with solutions for their easiness to the respective students for their better understanding. You can also try our Interpreting Proportional Relationship Worksheet and Interpret Proportional Relationships (Verbal Descriptions) Problems as well for a better understanding of the concepts.

A proportional relationship represents a link between two variables; change in one variable also affects the other. The Interpreting, proportional relationships Quiz tests students’ knowledge of important proportional relationship concepts. The quiz can also check their understanding of the proportionality constant that is indeed the x to y proportion, the line passing through the origin, etc.

A teacher can provide this quiz with solutions for their easiness to the respective studen...

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