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Grade 8 HMH Go Math - Answer Keys
Chapter 4: Nonproportional Relationships; Lesson 1:Representing Linear Nonproportional Relationships

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  • Question 10 (request help)

    Analyze Relationships

    A proportional relationship is a linear relationship because the rate of change is constant (and equal to the constant of proportionality). What is required of a proportional relationship that is not required of a general linear relationship?

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    Communicate Mathematical Ideas

    Explain how you can identify a linear non-proportional relationship from a table, a graph, and an equation.

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  Focus on Higher Order Thinking  

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    Critique Reasoning

    George observes that for every increase of 1 in the value of x, there is an increase of 60 in the corresponding value of y. He claims that the relationship represented by the table is proportional. Critique George’s reasoning.

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    Make a Conjecture

    Two parallel lines are graphed on a coordinate plane. How many of the lines could represent proportional relationships? Explain.

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