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When the ratios of the variable are exactly equivalent, they are meant to be in a proportional relationship. For example, y =kx. Here, ‘k’ is the constant of proportionality. Identifying proportional relationships through tables is very simple. Firsty, calculate the ratio for each of the variables. If they are equivalent, they are in a proportional relationship. 


 

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When the ratios of the variable are exactly equivalent, they are meant to be in a proportional relationship. For example, y =kx. Here, ‘k’ is the constant of proportionality. Identifying proportional relationships through tables is very simple. Firsty, calculate the ratio for each of the variables. If they are equivalent, they are in a proportional relationship. 


 

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When the ratios of the variable are exactly equivalent, they are meant to be in a proportional relationship. For example, y =kx. Here, ‘k’ is the constant of proportionality. Identifying proportional relationships through tables is very simple. Firsty, calculate the ratio fo...

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Grade 7
Rates And Proportional Relationships
7.RP.A.2

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