# 111.28.B.5.h Proportional/NonProportional Situations

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- Q1Which situation could NOT represent a proportional relationship?The cost of purchasing p pounds of apples for $0.42 per poundsThe number of gallons of tea in x jugs with 6 gallons of tea in each jugThe weight in x weeks of a kitten that gains 3 pounds per week if its starting weight is 11 poundsThe amount an employee who makes $9.25 per hour earns in h hours30s8.5.H: Proportionality
- Q2Which situation could NOT represent a proportional relationship?The cost of buying x ornaments for $4.50 each.The same number of coins in a roll r, when there are 10 rolls of coins.The amount of time driving 65 miles per hour, h after the small drive through town for 15 miles.Watching Youtube videos that are 3.05 minutes each.30s8.5.H: Proportionality
- Q3Which situation could NOT represent a proportional relationship?The price per gallon of gasoline of $2.49 per gallon.Buying 5 movie tickets t, and then a big bag of popcorn for $5.50.The number of ounces in a can of coke, c when there is a six pack.The price per print of picture, p in $0.25 per print.30s8.5.H: Proportionality
- Q4Which situation could NOT represent a proportional relationship?The price for hotdog, h at $4.00 per hotdog.The price per night of a hotel, h with $20 valet service.The price per son on iTunes, s, at $.99 per song.The price per cup of hot chocolate, c or $2.50 each.30s8.5.H: Proportionality
- Q5Which situation could NOT represent a proportional relationship?The price per baseball card c is $1.25 each.The cost per square foot for a new house, f is $125 per foot.The price per play ticket, t, is $10.00 each.A waiter gets paid $4.50 per hour, h plus the tips they collect at the end of the night of $60.30s8.5.H: Proportionality
- Q6Which situation represents a proportional relationship?The cost of buying shirts for $23 each, plus a shipping fee of $12.The cost of purchasing a cart of melons for $1.75 per pound plus $15.00 for the cart.The cost of tickets at $3 each plus a delivery fee of $5.The cost of purchasing pears for $2.25 per pound plus a shipping fee of $0.55 per pound30s8.5.H: Proportionality
- Q7Which situation represents a proportional relationship?The cost per renting a kayak is $15 per hour, plus a $25 fee deposit.A volleyball league has 8 teams with 6 player each, but one team only has 5 players.The price per sodas at $1.25 each and a bag on chips of $2.50.A hotel room goes for $65 per night with a 20% discount per night.30s8.5.H: Proportionality
- Q8Which situation represents a proportional relationshipThe price per necklace was $12 each with free shipping and handling.The temperature drops 2 degrees every hour after starting at 40 degrees at noon.The cost per ride is $0.50 plus the entrance fee of $5.00 to the carnival.The football team makes plays of 6 yards per play, except for the first run of 25 yards.30s8.5.H: Proportionality
- Q9Which situation represents a proportional relationship?The price of buying apples at $0.50 each but then having to pay $0.15 for the plastic bag.A baker can bake 3 dozen cookies per hour, plus the 15 dozens she already had made.A person can paint 5 birdhouses per hour, after they already had painted 12 starting out.A worker gets paid an hourly rate of $10.25 per hour.30s8.5.H: Proportionality
- Q10Which situation represents a proportional relationship?The kittens at the pet store are selling for $50 each.The hamburgers are $4.00 each, with a side of fries.The puppies at the pet store are selling for $75 each, plus a welcome home kit for $40.The babysitter gets $12 per hour, plus a bonus of $25 for making dinner.30s8.5.H: Proportionality