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# Interpret Proportional Relationships (Graphs) Worksheet

## 8 problems   When any two quantities are compared, they are meant to be in a ratio. The variable or quantities are expressed in the form of a/b. In proportion, they are written as a:b. The two variables x and y are meant to be proportional, when y = kx. Here, y and x are two different variables and k is the constant of proportionality. This is known as ‘Proportional Relationship’.

Rates And Proportional Relationships
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## Teaching Interpret proportional relationships (graphs) Easily

• Generally, a graph in the form of y = kx is given. This is a line that intercepts through the origin.

• Then, two sets of different values are given ( x and y ) and the graph is plotted. Further, the dots are connected in the graph.

• We can easily determine whether the variables are in a proportional relationship or not. If these lines pass through the origin, they are meant to be in a proportional relationship.

## Why Should You Use an Interpret proportional relationships (graphs) Worksheet for your Students?

• These worksheets will help your students to easily determine whether two variables are in a proportional relationship.
• Students can now easily interpret a proportional relationship in a graph using these worksheets.

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## Teaching Interpret proportional relationships (graphs) Easily

• Generally, a graph in the form of y = kx is given. This is a line that intercepts through the origin.

• Then, two sets of different values are given ( x and y ) and the graph is plotted. Further, the dots are connected in the graph.

• We can easily determine whether the variables are in a proportional relationship or not. If these lines pass through the origin, they are meant to be in a proportional relationship.

## Why Should You Use an Interpret proportional relationships (graphs) Worksheet for your Students?

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