Math Grade 8 Quiz Linear Models in Context of Bivariate Data – 8.SP.A.3
This standard, emphasizes the importance of using the equation of a linear model to solve realworld problems based on bivariate data. Specifically, learners should be able to interpret the slope and the intercept of the linear model, which often have contextual significance in realworld scenarios.
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1. Question
What does the slope in a linear model represent?
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In a linear model equation y = 3x + 5, what does the number 3 represent?
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If the slope of a linear model is negative, it indicates:
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In the equation y = 2x + 10, what does the number 10 indicate?
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In a linear model about a car’s fuel consumption, if the slope is 4, what could this indicate?
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6. Question
Why is interpreting the yintercept important in a realworld context?
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7. Question
A linear model representing the growth of a plant over time has a slope of 0. What can you infer?
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8. Question
In the context of a linear model about savings, if the yintercept is $200, what does it mean?
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9. Question
In a linear model for sales, a slope of 5 might suggest:
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Question 10 of 10
10. Question
If a linear model’s yintercept is negative, it might indicate:
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