# Interpret Proportional Relationships (Equations) Quiz

5 questions

### #1 of 5:Mild

Interpret proportional relationships (equations)

<p>Linda uses her electric bike to commute to school every day. She always rides her bike at the same speed. The equation `d = 2/5t` shows the relationship between the distance Linda travels (`d` miles) and the time that she spends biking (`t` minutes).</p><ul><li>How far can Linda bike in `1` minute?</li><li>How long does it take Linda to ride `1` mile?</li></ul><highlight data-color="#666" data-style="italic">Write each answer as whole number, exact decimal, or simplified fraction/mixed number.</highlight>

### #2 of 5:Mild

Interpret proportional relationships (equations)

<p>Ellie is training for a swimming competition. She calculates the number of laps she swims (`y`) during `x` hours of training by using the equation `y = 6/5x`. </p><ul><li>How many laps does Ellie complete per hour? </li><li>How much time does it take Ellie to complete `1` lap?</li></ul><highlight data-color="#666" data-style="italic">Write each answer as whole number, exact decimal, or simplified fraction/mixed number.</highlight>

### #3 of 5:Medium

Interpret proportional relationships (equations)

<p>Jenny has a job in a manufacturing plant. She calculates her earnings (`d` dollars) for `n` hours of work by using the equation `d = 34n`.</p><ul><li>How many dollars does she earn per hour?</li><li>How long does she work to earn `1` dollar?</li></ul><highlight data-color="#666" data-style="italic">Write each answer as whole number, exact decimal, or simplified fraction/mixed number.</highlight>

### #4 of 5:Medium

Interpret proportional relationships (equations)

<p>Harry took a road trip last month. He calculated the distance traveled (`d` miles) for `t` hours of driving by using the equation `d = 60t`. </p><ul><li>How many miles did he drive per hour?</li><li>What part of an hour did it take him to drive `1` mile?</li></ul><highlight data-color="#666" data-style="italic">Write each answer as whole number, exact decimal, or simplified fraction/mixed number.</highlight>

### #5 of 5:Spicy

Interpret proportional relationships (equations)

<p>A farmstand sells apples by the pound. Sally went to the stand to buy some apples and calculated the total cost (`c` dollars) for purchasing `p` pounds of apples with the equation `c = 2.5p`.</p><ul><li>How much does `1` pound of apples cost?</li><li>How many pounds of apples can you purchase with `1` dollar?</li></ul><highlight data-color="#666" data-style="italic">Write each answer as whole number, exact decimal, or simplified fraction/mixed number.</highlight>

7th Grade students are expected to interpret the proportional relationships. Teachers can use “Interpret proportional relationships Quiz” to assess their students' understanding of proportional relationships and their ability to interpret the relationship from the equation.

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