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# Module 1 lesson 8

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### Module 1 lesson 8

1. 1. Module 1 Lesson 8.notebook 1 September 24, 2013 Representing Proportional Relationships with Equations Homework: Lesson #8 Problem Set Do Now: Discuss Lesson #7 Problem Set with Partner 09/24/13 Module 1, Lesson 8
2. 2. Module 1 Lesson 8.notebook 2 September 24, 2013 Problem Set Solutions (continued)
3. 3. Module 1 Lesson 8.notebook 3 September 24, 2013 Problem Set Solutions (continued)
4. 4. Module 1 Lesson 8.notebook 4 September 24, 2013 Yesterday's Exit Ticket
5. 5. Module 1 Lesson 8.notebook 5 September 24, 2013
6. 6. Module 1 Lesson 8.notebook 6 September 24, 2013
7. 7. Module 1 Lesson 8.notebook 7 September 24, 2013 a. Find the constant of proportionality and explain what it represents in this situation. Gallons Miles Driven 8 224 10 280 4 112
8. 8. Module 1 Lesson 8.notebook 8 September 24, 2013 b. Write the equation that will relate the miles driven to the number of gallons of gas. Steps to figure out the equation. 1. Which unit is the dependent variable? 2. Which unit is the independent variable? 3. Find the k. Constant of Proportionality = k = 4. Plug in the value of k to y = kx. ­The constant x is usually known as the  independent variable and  y as the dependent variable,.
9. 9. Module 1 Lesson 8.notebook 9 September 24, 2013 c. Knowing that there is a half gallon left in the gas tank when the light comes on, will she make it to the nearest gas station? Explain why or why not. Using Arithmetic Using Algebra d. Using the equation found in part b, determine how far your mother can travel on 18 gallons of gas. Solve the problem in two ways.
10. 10. Module 1 Lesson 8.notebook 10 September 24, 2013 e. Using the equation found in part b, determine how many gallons of gas would be needed to travel 750 miles.
11. 11. Module 1 Lesson 8.notebook 11 September 24, 2013 a. Write several ordered pairs from the graph and explain what each coordinate pair means in the context of this graph.
12. 12. Module 1 Lesson 8.notebook 12 September 24, 2013 b. Write several equations that would relate the number of portraits drawn to the time spent drawing the portraits. c. Determine the constant of proportionality and explain what it means in this situation.
13. 13. Module 1 Lesson 8.notebook 13 September 24, 2013
14. 14. Module 1 Lesson 8.notebook 14 September 24, 2013 Closing Question How can unit rate be used to write an equation relating two variables that are proportional? The unit rate is the constant of proportionality, k. After computing the value for k, it may be substituted in place of k in the equation y = kx. The constant of proportionality can be multiplied by the independent variable to find the dependent variable, and the dependent variable can be divided by the constant of proportionality to find the dependent variables.
15. 15. Module 1 Lesson 8.notebook 15 September 24, 2013
16. 16. Module 1 Lesson 8.notebook 16 September 24, 2013