Math Grade 7 Quiz Understanding Points on the Graph of a Proportional Relationship – 7.RP.A.2.D
This standard requires students to interpret what specific points on the graph of a proportional relationship represent in the context of the data being analyzed. Particularly, students must understand what the points (0, 0) and (1, r) signify, with ‘r’ being the unit rate or the constant of proportionality. The point (0, 0) often represents the starting point, where neither quantity being compared is present, and (1, r) reflects the unit rate, indicating the value of one quantity when the other is at its unit measure.
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Question 1 of 10
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What does the point (0,0) typically represent on the graph of a proportional relationship?
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Question 2 of 10
2. Question
On a graph showing the amount of money earned over time, what does the point (1, r) where ‘r’ is the unit rate, represent?
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3. Question
If a graph shows the distance traveled over time and the unit rate is 60, what does the point (1, 60) indicate?
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In a graph depicting the number of pages read over time, what does the point (0, 0) signify?
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5. Question
On a graph representing the cost of items over the quantity, if the unit rate is $5, what situation does the point (1, 5) depict?
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A graph shows the relationship between the weight of apples and their total cost. What does the point (1, r) indicate, assuming ‘r’ is the cost per pound?
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Question 7 of 10
7. Question
If a graph indicates the distance a car travels based on the amount of fuel used and the point (1, 30) is marked, what does this point represent?
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On a graph showing a runner’s distance over time with a unit rate of 6, what does the point (1, 6) signify?
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Question 9 of 10
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A graph represents the relationship between the amount of water used and the time the tap is left open. What would the point (0, 0) typically indicate?
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Question 10 of 10
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In a graph that illustrates the amount of electricity used over time, what does the point (1, r) where ‘r’ is the cost per hour, represent?
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