Connections Among Proportional Relationships, Lines & Linear Equations


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If two variables are proportional to each other, then if one is multiplied by 5, the other will be _____.

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1. Is the graph shown a proportional relationship?

2. If you know that the proportion of cups of water (w) to cups of flour in a certain kind of bread is 3 cups of flour (f) for every cup of water (w), then the equation will look like this:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Check your understanding of graphing proportional relationships using this quiz and worksheet assessment tool. Take the quiz both before and after viewing the lesson to see what you knew and then how the lesson helped you learn more about this topic.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz is designed to measure your ability to:

  • Solve a sample proportional relationship problem with two variables
  • Recognize whether a given image is a graph of a proportional relationship
  • Identify an equation representing information in a given example
  • Explain how to get another value for a line when using the (0,0) point for a graph of a proportional relationship
  • Determine the approximate relationship constant between two variables displayed in a sample graph

Skills Practiced

  • Problem solving - use acquired knowledge to solve proportional relationship practice problems
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding obtaining another value for a line when the (0,0) point is used on a proportional relationship graph and interpret it correctly
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to identify whether a graph represents a proportional relationship

Additional Learning

You can expand your understanding of this subject by studying the lesson called Connections Among Proportional Relationships, Lines & Linear Equations. You will learn more about:

  • When proportional relationships occur
  • Which equation a proportional relationship can always be reduced to
  • What the graph of a proportional relationship always looks like