# Common Core: 7th Grade Math : Ratios & Proportional Relationships

## Example Questions

### Example Question #121 : Ratios & Proportional Relationships

In the equation provided, identify the constant of proportionality (i.e. the unit rate).

Explanation:

The constant of proportionality can be identified using the following general equation:

In this equation, the variable, , represents the constant of proportionality.

Let's look at the given equation:

In this example,  is in the place of ; therefore,  is the constant of proportionality.

### Example Question #122 : Ratios & Proportional Relationships

In the equation provided, identify the constant of proportionality (i.e. the unit rate).

Explanation:

The constant of proportionality can be identified using the following general equation:

In this equation, the variable, , represents the constant of proportionality.

Let's look at the given equation:

In this example,  is in the place of ; therefore,  is the constant of proportionality.

### Example Question #123 : Ratios & Proportional Relationships

In the equation provided, identify the constant of proportionality (i.e. the unit rate).

Explanation:

The constant of proportionality can be identified using the following general equation:

In this equation, the variable, , represents the constant of proportionality.

Let's look at the given equation:

In this example,  is in the place of ; therefore,  is the constant of proportionality.

### Example Question #124 : Ratios & Proportional Relationships

In the equation provided, identify the constant of proportionality (i.e. the unit rate).

Explanation:

The constant of proportionality can be identified using the following general equation:

In this equation, the variable, , represents the constant of proportionality.

Let's look at the given equation:

In this example,  is in the place of ; therefore,  is the constant of proportionality.

### Example Question #125 : Ratios & Proportional Relationships

In the equation provided, identify the constant of proportionality (i.e. the unit rate).

Explanation:

The constant of proportionality can be identified using the following general equation:

In this equation, the variable, , represents the constant of proportionality.

Let's look at the given equation:

In this example,  is in the place of ; therefore,  is the constant of proportionality.

### Example Question #126 : Ratios & Proportional Relationships

In the equation provided, identify the constant of proportionality (i.e. the unit rate).

Explanation:

The constant of proportionality can be identified using the following general equation:

In this equation, the variable, , represents the constant of proportionality.

Let's look at the given equation:

In this example,  is in the place of ; therefore,  is the constant of proportionality.

### Example Question #127 : Ratios & Proportional Relationships

In the equation provided, identify the constant of proportionality (i.e. the unit rate).

Explanation:

The constant of proportionality can be identified using the following general equation:

In this equation, the variable, , represents the constant of proportionality.

Let's look at the given equation:

In this example,  is in the place of ; therefore,  is the constant of proportionality.

### Example Question #128 : Ratios & Proportional Relationships

In the equation provided, identify the constant of proportionality (i.e. the unit rate).

Explanation:

The constant of proportionality can be identified using the following general equation:

In this equation, the variable, , represents the constant of proportionality.

Let's look at the given equation:

In this example,  is in the place of ; therefore,  is the constant of proportionality.

### Example Question #129 : Ratios & Proportional Relationships

In the equation provided, identify the constant of proportionality (i.e. the unit rate).

Explanation:

The constant of proportionality can be identified using the following general equation:

In this equation, the variable, , represents the constant of proportionality.

Let's look at the given equation:

In this example,  is in the place of ; therefore,  is the constant of proportionality.

### Example Question #130 : Ratios & Proportional Relationships

In the equation provided, identify the constant of proportionality (i.e. the unit rate).