Math Grade 7 Quiz Deciding Proportional Relationships – 7.RP.A.2.A
This standard requires students to determine if two quantities have a proportional relationship. This can involve several methods, such as checking for consistent ratios in a table of values or graphing the pairs of values on a coordinate plane to see if they form a straight line passing through the origin. Recognizing these relationships is crucial in understanding how variables influence one another and is a foundational aspect of algebra and advanced mathematical concepts.
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On a graph, a line goes through the origin and the point (3,6). If another point on the line is (6,y), what is the value of y?
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A table shows that 3 books cost $18 and 4 books cost $24. Are the quantities in a proportional relationship?
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If 5 sandwiches require 10 slices of bread, how many sandwiches can you make with 20 slices of bread if the quantities are proportional?
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If a table shows that 2 pounds of apples cost $4 and 4 pounds cost $8, are the quantities in a proportional relationship?
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On a graph, the points (1,3), (2,6), and (3,9) form a line. Are the quantities in a proportional relationship?
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If a cyclist travels 15 miles in 3 hours and 30 miles in 6 hours, are the distance and time in a proportional relationship?
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Question 7 of 10
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In a recipe, 3 cups of flour are needed for 6 cupcakes. How many cups are needed for 12 cupcakes if the quantities are proportional?
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A graph shows a line that goes through the points (0,0) and (2,4). Are the quantities in a proportional relationship?
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If a car travels 100 miles in 2 hours and 150 miles in 3 hours, are the distance and time in a proportional relationship?
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Question 10 of 10
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A bag of 3 balls costs $6. If the quantities are proportional, how much do 5 balls cost?
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