anonymous
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What is a proportional relationship? What does a graph look like if there is a proportional relationship?
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anonymous
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proportional relationships are relationships between two equal ratios. For example, oranges are sold in a bag of 5 for $2. The ratio of oranges to their cost is 5:2 or . If I bought 20 oranges, I could set up a proportion to determine my cost.
JackofallTradez
  • JackofallTradez
That's form Google XD

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JackofallTradez
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The graph would look like a parabola
anonymous
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@JackofallTradez can you give me your answer? :)
JackofallTradez
  • JackofallTradez
Proportional relationships is the relationship between two ratios that are proportional. It's pretty self-explanatory. And the graph looks like a parabola because the values increase proportionally.
anonymous
  • anonymous
whats a parabola?
JackofallTradez
  • JackofallTradez
It's a graph created by a quadratic function:
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anonymous
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ok and can you give me an example please of a proportional relationship @JackofallTradez

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