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Constant of Proportionality

Question 1 .

Daniel mows lawns on the weekends. He graphed his earnings below.

Question 2 .

What is the rate he charges to mow?

A. \$11.50 per lawn

B. \$30.00 per lawn

C. \$13.00 per lawn

D. \$7.50 per lawn

The table shows the total miles traveled and the number of hours Mr. Rogers drove on vacation.

 Hours Total Miles Driven Traveled 0 0 3 192 4 256 7 448 10 640

Assuming Mr. Rogers drove at a constant rate, what is the constant of proportionality in terms of miles per hour?

A. 32

B. 48

C. 192

D. 64

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Question 3 .

The table shows the proportional relationship of the cost of lettuce per pound.

Question 4 .

Question 5 .

Pounds of

Lettuce

0

2

4

6

10

Price

\$0.00

\$2.02

\$4.04

\$6.06

\$10.10

What is the constant of proportionality in terms of the number of dollars per pound of lettuce?

A. 0.505

B. 1.01

C. 3.02

D. 2.02

James gives roping lessons at the Sundown Corral. A 3.5­hour lesson costs \$87.50. The cost of a lesson is proportional to the duration, in hours, of the lesson. What is the constant of proportionality in terms of dollars per hour?

A. 35

B. 20

C. 30

D. 25

Steve drove at a constant rate to the beach for a vacation. In the equation below, t is the time in hours it took Steve to drive to the beach.

What is the unit rate in the equation above?

A. 6 miles per hour

B. 335 miles per hour

C. 402 miles per hour

D. 67 miles per hour

67t = 402

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Question 6 .

Directions: Drag the tiles to the correct boxes to complete the pairs. Not all tiles will be used.

Calculate the constant of proportionality for each graph. Then, match the correct constant of proportionality with each graph.

Question 7 .

At a restaurant, the number of chairs, y, is always proportional to the number of tables, x. In one section of the restaurant, there are 54 chairs and 9 tables. What is the constant of proportionality in this relationship?

A.
B.
C.
D.

5

6

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Question 8 .

For a demonstration, a science teacher needs a liquid alkali and a liquid acid. The diagram shows the proportional relationship between the number of beakers filled with alkali and the number of beakers filled with acid needed for the demonstration.

Question 9 .

What is the constant of proportionality in terms of beakers of acid per beaker of alkali?

A. 6

B. 2.5

C. 0.4

D. 3.5

The student council is preparing drinks to sell at a fall festival. The table shows the proportional relationship between the total cost to make the drinks and the number of drinks made.

 Drinks Made Total Cost 0 \$0.00 2 \$1.32 5 \$3.30 9 \$5.94 10 \$6.60

What is the constant of proportionality in terms of the number of dollars per drink?

A. 0.50

B. 1.32

C. 0.66

D. 0.33

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Question 10 .

Directions: Type the correct answer in each box. Use numerals instead of words.

For this problem, any answers that are not whole numbers should be entered as decimals, rounded to the tenths place.

Complete the table below with the constant of proportionality for each proportional relationship given.

Question 11 .

Proportional Relationship

Constant of

Proportionality

x

y

1

0.2

2

0.4

3

0.6

An arcade game gives 8 tickets, y, for every 5 games played, x.

The seventh grade choir sold T­shirts with the school logo as a fundraiser. The choir teacher created the given graph for the students.

Based on the graph, what is the unit rate of profit for the T­shirts?

A. \$0.83 per T­shirt

B. \$1.20 per T­shirt

C. \$3 per T­shirt

D. \$0.33 per T­shirt

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Question 12 .

The table shows the proportional relationship between the salvage value and tons of raw steel.

Question 13 .

 Tons of Steel Salvage Value 0 \$0 2 \$480 4 \$960 6 \$1,440 8 \$1,920 10 \$2,400

What is the constant of proportionality in terms of salvage value per ton of raw steel?

A. 360

B. 480

C. 240

D. 120

The diagram shows the proportional relationship between the number of buckets of water and the number of buckets of joint compound mixed to make a wall­texturing mixture.

Question 14 .

What is the constant of proportionality in terms of buckets of joint compound per bucket of water?

A. 0.67

B. 3

C. 2

D. 1.5

 A 1,050­foot tree has grown at a constant rate each year. In the equation below, t is the age of the tree in years.

What is the unit rate in the equation above?

A. 25 feet per year

B. 42 feet per year

C. 1,050 feet per year

D. 1,025 feet per year

25t = 1,050

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Question 15 .

The science club is inflating a model of a hot air balloon. They recorded their progress in the graph below.

At what rate is the diameter increasing?

A.
B.
C.
D.

50 centimeters per minute

12.5 centimeters per minute

12 centimeters per minute

4 centimeters per minute

 Question 16 . The cost to manufacture a water bottle is a proportional relationship. This relationship is shown in the table. Bottles Manufactured (x) Cost in Dollars (y) 0 0 25 20 50 40 100 80 What is the constant of proportionality for the data in the table? A. 0.80 B. 0.25 C. 0.90 D. 1.25 Question 17 .

The students at Porterville Elementary sold raffle tickets, each for the same price, for a fundraiser. The equation below shows how much money was raised with t tickets sold.

What is the unit rate in the equation above?

A. \$1,105 per raffle ticket

B. \$65 per raffle ticket

C. \$17 per raffle ticket

D. \$1,088 per raffle ticket

\$1,105 = \$17t

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Question 18 .

Directions: Drag each number to the correct location on the sentence. Each number can be used more than once, but not all numbers will be used.

The diagram below shows the amounts of three different types of chips for a large cookie recipe.

Use the information in the diagram to complete the statements below.

Question 19 .

To earn extra money, Oliver takes aluminum cans to a recycling center. The center pays cash based on the total weight of the aluminum cans that Oliver brings to the center.

The graph shows a proportional relationship between the weight (in pounds) of aluminum cans Oliver brings to the center, x, and the amount (in dollars) the center pays Oliver, y.

What is the constant of proportionality in this relationship?
A.
B.
4
C.
64
D.

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Question 20 .

Directions: Drag each tile to the correct box.

Identify the unit rate in each equation. Then, order the equations by unit rate, from least to greatest.

Question 21 .

Question 22 .

 Equation A Equation B Equation C Equation D
 Equation A Equation B Equation D Equation C → → →

Caroline swam 320 meters in 4 minutes at a constant speed. The distance she swims is proportional to the time spent swimming. What is the constant of proportionality in terms of meters per minute?

A. 85

B. 90

C. 75

D. 80

On tax free weekend, Alyssa bought 4 pairs of blue jeans for \$124.76. The cost of the jeans is proportional to the number of pairs of jeans bought. What is the constant of proportionality in terms of dollars per pair of jeans?

A. 29.99

B. 34.39

C. 31.19

D. 28.39

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Question 23 .

The diagram below shows the relationship between the number of blue paint cans and red paint cans needed for an art project.

Question 24 .

Based on the diagram, what is the unit rate for this project?

A.
B.
C.
D.

2.5 red cans per blue can

1.5 red cans per blue can

2.5 blue cans per red can

1.5 blue cans per red can

Mrs. Daniels, an English teacher, is having her students track the number of words they read in a book. She took their data and created the graph below.

What is the rate of words per page?

A. 200 words per page

B. 500 words per page

C. 400 words per page

D. 250 words per page

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Question 25 .

Directions: Type the correct answer in each box. Use numerals instead of words. If necessary, use / for the fraction bar(s).

This diagram shows how much red paint is mixed with blue paint to create a shade of purple paint.

 For every 1 cup of blue paint, cups of red paint are needed. For every 1 cup of red paint, cup of blue paint is needed. For every 4 cups of red paint, cups of blue paint are needed.

Question 26 .

Question 27 .

At the fall festival, the student council sold 148 drinks and collected \$185.00. The total amount collected is proportional to the number of drinks sold. What is the constant of proportionality in terms of dollars per drink?

A. 1.25

B. 0.75

C. 2.25

D. 1.75

The choir club at Draveny Middle School sold choir recital tickets. The equation shows the proportional relationship between the number of tickets sold, x, and the number of dollars earned, y.

What is the constant of proportionality in this relationship?
A.
B.
C.
80
D.
8

Question 28 .

Heidi's older sister drove her to visit a friend one summer. The miles she traveled are shown on the given graph.

What is the unit rate of miles driven per hour?

A. 100 miles per hour

B. 50 miles per hour

C. 75 miles per hour

D. 25 miles per hour

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Question 29 .

Adam is playing a new memory game on the computer. He graphed the points he earned below.

Question 30 .

What is his rate of points per minute?

A. 100 points per minute

B. 150 points per minute

C. 250 points per minute

D. 300 points per minute

The diagram shows the proportional relationship between the number of cheese slices and the number of tomato slices a restaurant uses in a pasta recipe.

What is the constant of proportionality in terms of tomato slices per slice of cheese?

A. 0.25

B. 6

C. 0.17

D. 4

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