# Common Core: 7th Grade Math : Identify the Constant of Prportionality: CCSS.Math.Content.7.RP.A.2b

## Example Questions

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### Example Question #41 : Identify The Constant Of Prportionality: Ccss.Math.Content.7.Rp.A.2b

Identify the constant of proportionality (i.e. the unit rate) in the provided graph.

Explanation:

In order to determine the constant of proportionality, we need to divide the quantities from the  coordinate by the quantities from the  coordinate. In order for the graph to show a direct proportion, each quotient should equal the same value.

First, we need to find a series of coordinate points:

Now that we have a series of coordinate points, we can divide to find the constant of proportionality:

All of the quotients are the same value; therefore, this graph does show direct proportion and the constant of proportionality is .

### Example Question #41 : Identify The Constant Of Prportionality: Ccss.Math.Content.7.Rp.A.2b

Identify the constant of proportionality (i.e. the unit rate) in the provided graph.

Explanation:

In order to determine the constant of proportionality, we need to divide the quantities from the  coordinate by the quantities from the  coordinate. In order for the graph to show a direct proportion, each quotient should equal the same value.

First, we need to find a series of coordinate points:

Now that we have a series of coordinate points, we can divide to find the constant of proportionality:

All of the quotients are the same value; therefore, this graph does show direct proportion and the constant of proportionality is .

### Example Question #41 : Identify The Constant Of Prportionality: Ccss.Math.Content.7.Rp.A.2b

Identify the constant of proportionality (i.e. the unit rate) in the provided graph.

Explanation:

In order to determine the constant of proportionality, we need to divide the quantities from the  coordinate by the quantities from the  coordinate. In order for the graph to show a direct proportion, each quotient should equal the same value.

First, we need to find a series of coordinate points:

Now that we have a series of coordinate points, we can divide to find the constant of proportionality:

All of the quotients are the same value; therefore, this graph does show direct proportion and the constant of proportionality is .

### Example Question #41 : Identify The Constant Of Prportionality: Ccss.Math.Content.7.Rp.A.2b

Identify the constant of proportionality (i.e. the unit rate) in the provided graph.

Explanation:

In order to determine the constant of proportionality, we need to divide the quantities from the  coordinate by the quantities from the  coordinate. In order for the graph to show a direct proportion, each quotient should equal the same value.

First, we need to find a series of coordinate points:

Now that we have a series of coordinate points, we can divide to find the constant of proportionality:

All of the quotients are the same value; therefore, this graph does show direct proportion and the constant of proportionality is .

### Example Question #41 : Identify The Constant Of Prportionality: Ccss.Math.Content.7.Rp.A.2b

Identify the constant of proportionality (i.e. the unit rate) in the provided graph.

Explanation:

In order to determine the constant of proportionality, we need to divide the quantities from the  coordinate by the quantities from the  coordinate. In order for the graph to show a direct proportion, each quotient should equal the same value.

First, we need to find a series of coordinate points:

Now that we have a series of coordinate points, we can divide to find the constant of proportionality:

All of the quotients are the same value; therefore, this graph does show direct proportion and the constant of proportionality is .

### Example Question #41 : Identify The Constant Of Prportionality: Ccss.Math.Content.7.Rp.A.2b

Identify the constant of proportionality (i.e. the unit rate) in the provided graph.

Explanation:

In order to determine the constant of proportionality, we need to divide the quantities from the  coordinate by the quantities from the  coordinate. In order for the graph to show a direct proportion, each quotient should equal the same value.

First, we need to find a series of coordinate points:

Now that we have a series of coordinate points, we can divide to find the constant of proportionality:

All of the quotients are the same value; therefore, this graph does show direct proportion and the constant of proportionality is .

### Example Question #41 : Identify The Constant Of Prportionality: Ccss.Math.Content.7.Rp.A.2b

Identify the constant of proportionality (i.e. the unit rate) in the provided graph.

Explanation:

In order to determine the constant of proportionality, we need to divide the quantities from the  coordinate by the quantities from the  coordinate. In order for the graph to show a direct proportion, each quotient should equal the same value.

First, we need to find a series of coordinate points:

Now that we have a series of coordinate points, we can divide to find the constant of proportionality:

All of the quotients are the same value; therefore, this graph does show direct proportion and the constant of proportionality is .

### Example Question #42 : Identify The Constant Of Prportionality: Ccss.Math.Content.7.Rp.A.2b

Identify the constant of proportionality (i.e. the unit rate) in the provided graph.

Explanation:

In order to determine the constant of proportionality, we need to divide the quantities from the  coordinate by the quantities from the  coordinate. In order for the graph to show a direct proportion, each quotient should equal the same value.

First, we need to find a series of coordinate points:

Now that we have a series of coordinate points, we can divide to find the constant of proportionality:

All of the quotients are the same value; therefore, this graph does show direct proportion and the constant of proportionality is .

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