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Chapter 4: Nonproportional Relationships; Mixed Review

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• Question 1

The table below represents which equation?

• $$\text{y} = -\text{x} - 10$$
• $$\text{y} = -6\text{x}$$
• $$\text{y} = -4\text{x} - 6$$
• $$\text{y} = -4\text{x} + 2$$
• Question 2

The graph of which equation is shown below?

• $$\text{y} = -2\text{x} + 3$$
• $$\text{y} = -2\text{x} + 1.5$$
• $$\text{y} = 2\text{x} + 3$$
• $$\text{y} = 2\text{x} + 1.5$$
• Question 3

The table below represents a linear relationship.

What is the y-intercept?

• -4
• -2
• 2
• 3
• Question 4

Which equation represents a nonproportional relationship?

• $$\text{y} = 3\text{x} + 0$$
• $$\text{y} = -3\text{x}$$
• $$\text{y} = 3\text{x} + 5$$
• $$\text{y} = \large\frac{1}{3}\small\text{x}$$
• Question 5

The table shows a proportional relationship. What is the missing y-value?

• 16
• 20
• 18
• 24
• Question 6

What is 0.00000598 written in scientific notation?

• $$5.98 \times 10^{ -6}$$
• $$5.98 \times 10^{ -5}$$
• $$59.8 \times 10^{ -6}$$
• $$59.8 \times 10^{ -7}$$

• Question 7

The graph shows a linear relationship.

a. Is the relationship proportional or nonproportional?

• Question 7

b. What is the slope of the line?

• Question 7

c. What is the y-intercept of the line?

• Question 7

d. What is the equation of the line?

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