Chapter 9.1 page 104-105

**1.**Complete a table of values for the graph.

**5.**Complete the sentences to describe the graph below.

**a)**The height of a one-storey building is

__, a__

**3 m**__-storey builing is 6cm high,__

**2**a three-storey building is

__, ...__

**9 m****b)**The points appear to lie in a

__straight line__. The line shows a

__relation.__

**linear****c)**The graph shows that to move from one point to the next, you go

__unit horizontally, and__

**1**__units vertically.__

**3****d)**Complete the table of values for this graph.

**6.**The graph shows the cost of gasoline based on the volume of gas.

**a)**Does the graph show a linear relation? Explain.

Yes the graph does show a linear relation because the points form a straight line.

**b)**The graph shows that for every five units horizontally, you go

__units vertically.__

**7.5**

**c)**Complete the table of values from the graph.

**d)**Would it be reasonable to include a point for 7 L? Explain.

Yes, it would be reasonable because you can certainly buy 7 L of gasoline.

**e)**What is the cost of gasoline per litre?

$7.50 divided by 5 =

**$1. 50 /L**

**f)**If the graph continued, what would be the cost of

**25 L**?

$7.50 x 5 =

**$37.50**

**30 L?**

$7. 50 x 6 =

**$ 45.00**

**7.**The graph shows the maximum number of customers based on the number of tables in the restaurant.

**a)**Title the graph.

I titled it

**"Number of Customers based on Tables"**and put a pretty star beside it.

**b)**Describe the patterns on the graph. Does the graph show a linear relation?

It shows that for every one unit you move horizontally, you move 4 units vertically.

**c)**Complete the table of values for the graph.

Good Job Rain! I like how you emphasized your explanations by bolding the words. Next time you could add a link to a video or a game.

ReplyDeleteGood job Rain! I like how your post is well organized and how your explanations are easy to understand. Next time, try to add a link to a game or try to include a video.

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