Direct Variation Word Problem Worksheet
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For each problem below, answer the question that is stated, then state the constant of variation for each
problem and write an equation in y = kx form to represent the problem.
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y varies direct
Direct Proportion Homework
1.
This is the list of ingredients needed to make 8 peanut shortbread slices.
Peanut shortbread makes 8 slices
250 g plain flour
150 g butter
100 g caster sugar
50 g chopped peanuts
50 ml smooth peanut butter
50 ml milk
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This unit deals with data how we collect, organise and display it.
11.1 Types of Data.
Qualitative data is data that is not given numerically;
e. g. favourite colour, place of birth, favourite food, type of ca
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Algebra IA
Unit 5 Worksheet 4 Writing Equations of Lines Part 4
Writing Equation of Lines
From Word Problems
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Write an equation, in slope-intercept form, to model each situation.
1. You rent a bicycle for $20 plus $2 per hour.
2. An auto repair shop
Slope Worksheet and Activity
I. Model Problems
Modeling how to calculate slope (associated online
demonstration here)
II. Student Exploration.
Exploring slope formula using an online interactive program.
III and IV. Practice Problems
Student practice calc
Chapter 5: Linear Function Word Problems
Word problems in Slope-intercept form
When a word problem involves a constant rate or speed and a beginning amount, it can be
written in slope-intercept form: y mx b . To do this, recognize which number will repres
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Marge
For each Shape plot the ordered pairs on the axis and connect them in order.
Do not connect the Shapes to each other.
Shape 1
(-1.5,-12.5) , (-2,-12.5) , (-2,-13.5) , (-3,-13) , (-3.5,-12.5) , (-4,-12) , (-4.5,-11.5)
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Maggie
For each Shape plot the ordered pairs on the axis and connect them in order.
Do not connect the Shapes to each other.
Shape 1
(1.5,-10.5) , (4,-10.5) , (6,-11) , (8,-12) , (-6,-12) , (-4,-10) , (-3.5,-8) , (-2,-7.5)
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Lisa
For each Shape plot the ordered pairs on the axis and connect them in order.
Do not connect the Shapes to each other.
Shape 1
(-4,-12) , (-5.5,-13) , (-7,-15)
Shape 2
(-5.5,-13) , (-4,-13.5) , (-2,-13.5) , (0,-13) , (3
Kuta Software - Infinite Pre-Algebra
Name_
Graphing Lines in Slope-Intercept Form
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Sketch the graph of each line.
2) y x
1) y x
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3) y x
4) y x
y
y
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5) y x
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Homer
For each Shape plot the ordered pairs on the axis and connect them in order.
Do not connect the Shapes to each other.
Shape 1
(1,-6.5) , (3,-7) , (5,-7) , (6.5,-7) , (7.5,-6.5) , (9,-6) , (9.5,-5) , (9.5,-4) , (9.5,-3
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Bart
For each Shape plot the ordered pairs on the axis and connect them in order.
Do not connect the Shapes to each other.
Shape 1
(-6.5,0) , (-7,1) , (-7,2.5) , (-6.5,3.5) , (-7,8) , (-7,10) , (-7.5,12) , (-8,14) , (-6.5,1
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Equation Perpendicular to Line Through a Point
Part I.
3 Model Problems Answered step by step
Part II.
Practice Problems
Part III.
Homework (mixed questions on linear equations)
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Equation Parallel to Line Through a Point
Part I. Model Problems
Part II. Practice Problems with challenge problems
Part III. Model Problems Answered step by step
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Write the Equation of a Line Through
Two Points
Part I. Model Problems with answers
Part II. Practice Problems with challenge problems
Part III. Answer Key
Related links
This topic:www.mathwarehouse.com/equationline (you-tube styl
Volume
Recall:
Volume means how much room is inside the solid and it often measured in ml, cl, dl, L, or
cm3, m3
Formula:
Volume = Area of the base X height
Base = what is stacked (vad staplas),
Height = perpendicular to the base.
Ex:
Volume
Recall:
Volum
Kuta Software - Infinite Geometry
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Volume of Prisms and Cylinders
Date_ Period_
Find the volume of each figure. Round your answers to the nearest tenth, if necessary.
1)
2)
4 ft
7 km
3 ft
8 km
3.5 ft
3)
4)
6 cm
8 in
5 cm
8 in
7 cm
5 cm
6 cm
5.5 in
5)
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Calculating Volume
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Date:
Calculate the volume of each solid.
2 in
(1)
1 mm
(5)
10 in
(9)
6 cm
3 mm
9 in
3 cm
5 mm
4 cm
3 cm
9 cm
6 mm
5 in
2 mm
1 in
3
135 in
Volume:
(2)
Volume:
Volume:
(6)
(10)
7 yd
7 yd
7 yd
2m
3m
10 m
4 yd
8 yd
4 yd
7m
5 yd
10