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Proportional Relationships

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Proportional Relationships
What you will learn from this videoWhat you will learn
  • What PROPORTIONAL relationships are.
  • How to identify proportional relationships in data tables, equations AND graphs.
  • That this knowledge can help us bake, play sports, and even learn about animals.
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Level 1

Identify the constant of proportionality in the relationship: 2:8, 3:12, 5:20, 7:28.

Level 2

Decide if the data represents a proportional relationship. Explain why or why not. 5:20, 8:32, 9:27, 11:33.

Level 3

Write an equation to represent the proportional relationship between dining chairs and chair legs, assuming each chair has 4 legs.

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