# Interpret Proportional Relationships Quiz

8 questions

### #1 of 8:Mild

Interpret proportional relationships (graphs)

<p>The point (`7`, `21`) 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></ui><FunctionGraph data-props='{ "options": { "cell_size": 20, "x_min": 0, "x_max":10 , "x_interval": 1, "y_min": 0, "y_max": 27, "y_interval": 3, "x_label": "Number of Songs Downloaded", "y_label": "Storage Used(MB)" }, "points": [ { "x": 7, "y": 21, "color": "blue", "show_coordinates": true } ], "highlight": false, "domain": [ -4, 4 ], "fn": ""}'></FunctionGraph >

### #2 of 8:Mild

Interpret proportional relationships (graphs)

<p>The point (`6`, `24`) 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></ui><FunctionGraph data-props='{ "options": { "cell_size": 30, "x_min": 0, "x_max":8 , "x_interval": 1, "y_min": 0, "y_max": 32, "y_interval": 4, "x_label": "Number of Seed Packets", "y_label": "Number of Plants" }, "points": [ { "x": 6 , "y": 24, "color": "blue", "show_coordinates": true } ], "highlight": false, "domain": [ -4, 4 ], "fn": ""}'></FunctionGraph >

### #3 of 8:Medium

Interpret proportional relationships (graphs)

<p>The point (`16`, `20`) 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": 24, "x_interval": 4, "y_min": 0, "y_max": 24, "y_interval": 4, "x_label": "Amount of Milk (cups)", "y_label": "Amount of Flour (cups)" }, "points": [ { "x": 16 , "y": 20, "color": "blue", "show_coordinates": true } ], "highlight": false, "domain": [ -4, 4 ], "fn": ""}'></FunctionGraph >

### #4 of 8:Medium

Interpret proportional relationships (graphs)

<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 >

### #5 of 8:Medium

Interpret proportional relationships (graphs)

<p>The point (`4`, `10`) 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": 30, "x_min": 0, "x_max": 8, "x_interval": 1, "y_min": 0, "y_max": 16, "y_interval": 2, "x_label": "Time (minutes)", "y_label": "Distance Covered (miles)" }, "points": [ { "x": 4 , "y": 10, "color": "blue", "show_coordinates": true } ], "highlight": false, "domain": [ -4, 4 ], "fn": ""}'></FunctionGraph >

### #6 of 8:Medium

Interpret proportional relationships (graphs)

<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 >

### #7 of 8:Spicy

Interpret proportional relationships (graphs)

<p>The point (`3`, `5 1/2`) 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 (graphs)

<p>The point (`2`, `9 3/5`) 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>

We can easily determine whether the variables are in a proportional relationship or not. If the lines pass through the origin, they are meant to be in a proportional relationship. This is a line that intercepts from the origin. When all the variables are equivalent to each other, they are meant to be in a ‘proportional relationship’.

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We can easily determine whether the variables are in a proportional relationship or not. If the lines pass through the origin, they are meant to be in a proportional relationship. This is a line that intercepts from the origin. When all the variables are equivalent to each other, they are meant to be in a ‘proportional relationship’.

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19-year math teacher
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