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```Name _______________________________________ Date __________________ Class __________________
MODULE
12
Nonproportional Relationships
Module Quiz: B
5. Which statement cannot be true of the
graph of a proportional relationship?
1. This table shows a proportional
relationship.
A It is not linear.
x
4
2
0
2
4
y
14
7
0
7
14
B It is a straight line.
C It includes the origin.
D It shows a constant ratio.
Which ordered pair could also belong to
this relationship?
A (6, 21)
C (1, 3)
B (1, 3)
D (6, 21)
2. Which line has a slope of
6. Which equation shows a proportional
relationship?
A y 
1
and a
2
1
1
x
2
2
B y  2x  2
negative y-intercept?
C y 
1
x
2
D y 
2
x
7. These two lines are graphs of
nonproportional relationships. What
makes them nonproportional?
A line A
C line C
B line B
D line D
Use this situation for 3–4.
A They are not straight.
On a two-week job, a repairman works a total
of 70 hours. He charges \$75 plus \$40 per
hour. An equation shows this relationship,
where x is the number of hours and y is the
total fee.
B They are not linear
C They do not go through the origin.
D They do not show a constant ratio.
8. What is 3.4 million in scientific notation?
3. Which number is the slope of the line
shown by the equation?
A 14
C 70
B 40
D 75
A 3.4106
C 34  101
B 3.4  107
D 34  102
4. Which number is the y-intercept?
A 14
C 70
B 40
D 75
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Name _______________________________________ Date __________________ Class __________________
MODULE
12
Nonproportional Relationships
9. A company prints designs on T-shirts.
They charge \$40 for set-up costs plus
\$12 per shirt. Complete the table of
values for this situation.
Shirts
1
5
10
14. Which lines show linear relationships?
Which show proportional relationships?
50
Cost (\$)
10. Find the slope and y-intercept of the line
with equation 2y  x  6.
slope  _______
y-intercept: _______
11. Find the slope and y-intercept of the line
through the points (3, 4) and (0, 1).
slope  _______
________________________________________
15. Steve started with \$250 and spent
\$25 per week. Chelsea started with \$30
and saved \$30 per week. Use x for time
and y for savings. Write an equation to
represent each situation.
y-intercept: _______
Use the grid for 12–13.
________________________________________
________________________________________
16. Graph one of the equations from
Exercise 15.
12. Graph y  
4
x  2 using the slope and
3
y-intercept.
slope  _______
________________________________________
y-intercept: _______
________________________________________
13. Graph 2x  5y  10 by making a table of
ordered pairs.
17. Compare. Write , , or .
5 
x
y
19
3
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Name _______________________________________ Date __________________ Class __________________
Module Quiz 11: D
1. B
2. B
3. C
x
0
1
2
5
y
2
1.6
1.2
0
12. and 13.
4. B
5. A
6. B
7. B
8. A
9.
Time (weeks)
10
20
25
Savings (\$)
100
200
250
10. y  10x
11. \$40/h
12.
14. linear: B, C, D; proportional: B
4
3
15. Steve: y  250  25x;
Chelsea: y  30x  30
13. 5 m/s
14. Object A. The line has a steeper slope.
16. Students will graph one of these lines
depending on which equation they chose.
15. 50 mi
16. 0.000017 m
MODULE 12 Nonproportional
Relationships
Module Quiz 12: B
1. D
17. 
2. D
Module Quiz 12: D
3. B
1. C
4. D
2. B
5. A
3. A
6. C
4. C
7. C
5. A
8. A
6. B
9.
7. B
Shirts
1
5
10
50
8. A
Cost (\$)
52
100
160
640
9.
10. 
1
, 3
2
11. 1, 1
12. 
Shirts
1
2
3
4
Cost (\$)
52
64
76
88
10. 8
4
, 2
3
11.
1
2
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