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**INTERPRETING GRAPHS OF PROPORTIONAL RELATIONSHIPS
**

Objective

What does this mean?

You will consolidate your understanding of

equations representing proportional relationships

as you interpret what points on the graph of a

proportional relationship mean in terms of the

situation or context of the problem, including the

point (0,0).

Take a look at Example 1. With

a partner, complete this

problem. You will be trading

papers with a different peer to

critique each other’s work.

Trade papers with a

different partner. As we

go over the problem, be

sure to note any

differences.

With your partner,

complete Example 2. We

will discuss this problem

further once you have

answered parts a, b, and c.

How is the unit rate of

, or in this

case

**, related to the graph?
**

The unit rate must be the value of the y-coordinate

of the point on the graph, which has an x-

coordinate of one.

What quantity is measured along

the horizontal axis?

The number of cups of sugar

When you plot the ordered pair

(A,B), what does A represent?

The amount of sugar, in cups,

that is needed to make B dozen

cookies

What quantity is measured along

the vertical axis?

The amount of cookies

(number of dozens)

When you plot the ordered pair

(A,B), what does B represent?

The total amount of cookies, in

dozens, that can be made from A cups

of sugar

What is the unit rate for this

proportional relationship?

1.5

Starting at the origin, if you move

one unit along the horizontal axis,

how far would you have to move

vertically to reach the line you

graphed?

1.5 units

Continue moving one unit at a

time along the horizontal axis.

What distance, vertically, did you

move?

1.5 units

Why are we always moving 1.5

units vertically?

The unit rate is 1.5 dozen cookies for every 1

cup of sugar. The vertical axis, or y-value,

represents the number of dozens of cookies.

Since the unit rate is 1.5, every vertical move

would equal the unit rate of 1.5 units.

Do you think the vertical move

will always be equal to the rate when

moving 1 unit horizontally

whenever two quantities that are

proportional are graphed?

Yes, the vertical distance will always be equal

to the unit rate when moving one unit

horizontally on the axis.

Graphs of different proportional relationship

have different points, but what point must be

on every graph of a proportional

relationship? Explain why.

The point (1,r) or unit rate must be on every

graph because the unit rate describes the

change in the vertical distance for every 1 unit

change in the horizontal axis.

With your partner,

complete Exercises

1 & 2.

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