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7th Grade - Proportional Relationships

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Distinguish proportional relationships (y/x = k, or y = kx) from other relationships, including inverse proportionality (xy = k, or y = k/x). 0706.3.7

Links verified on 1/15/2010

  1. Algebra: Proportion Word Problems - explanation and examples [direct and inverse proportion explained]
  2. Cat and Mouse: Direct and inverse proportion - The problem is actually a great opportunity to teach direct variation and inverse variation.
  3. Direct Proportion - this explanation provides a clearly explained example
  4. Direct Proportion - explanation and practice problems [Caution: metric units and UK monetary units used]
  5. A PowerPoint show related to this standardDirect Proportion - this 18 slide PowerPoint show has several examples
  6. A PowerPoint show related to this standardDirect Proportion - a 37 slide PowerPoint show with several "starter questions"
  7. How to Determine Whether Two Variables Are Directly Proportional - explanation and several graphs
  8. Inverse Proportion - this explanation provides a clearly explained example
  9. A PowerPoint show related to this standardInverse Proportion - this 18 slide show has several examples
  10. Inverse Proportion Problems - from Annenberg's Learning Math series This site includes questions for your students to check their understanding
  11. Math Word Problems [Variation or Inverse Proportion] - five question multiple choice quiz This site includes questions for your students to check their understanding
  12. Proportionality (mathematics) - this Wikipedia article explains direct and inverse proportion
  13. Ratio, proportion and percentages [inverse proportion] - explanation, one example, and three practice problems
  14. Ratio, proportion and percentages [direct proportion] - explanation, two examples, and two practice problems
  15. Solving Problems Involving Direct Proportion - [close the subscription screen to get to the problems] some good practice problems are presented here, UK units used
  16. Solving Proportion Problems - four examples with detailed explanation
  17. Some Inverse Proportion Problems - all about how one change causes another [a 2 page MS Word document] A Microsoft Word document to be downloaded

 

 

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