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Page 171 #1 Rate of change = ____________ songs/min. Use a unit rate. Do not enter units.
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Page 172 a. Does the data in the table represent a linear relationship? If it is linear, enter the rate of change (which is a unit rate, but don't enter the denominator of 1). If it isn't linear, enter n for not linear.
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Page 172 b. Does the data in the graph represent a linear relationship? If it is linear, enter the rate of change (which is a unit rate, but don't enter the denominator of 1 and don't enter the units). If it isn't linear, enter n for not linear.
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Page 174 c. Is the relationship in the table proportional?
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1. Is it linear? If it is linear, enter the rate of change (which is a unit rate, but don't enter the denominator of 1 and don't enter the units). If it isn't linear, enter n for not linear.
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2. Is it linear? If it is linear, enter the rate of change (which is a unit rate, but don't enter the denominator of 1 and don't enter the units). If it isn't linear, enter n for not linear.
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3. Is the relationship in #1 proportional?
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Page 175 1. Does the data in the table represent a linear relationship? If it is linear, enter the rate of change (which is a unit rate, but don't enter the denominator of 1). If it isn't linear, enter n for not linear.
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Page 175 2. Does the data in the table represent a linear relationship? If it is linear, enter the rate of change (which is a unit rate, but don't enter the denominator of 1 and don't enter the units). If it isn't linear, enter n for not linear.
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Page 175 3. Does the data in the table represent a linear relationship? If it is linear, enter the rate of change (which is a unit rate, but don't enter the denominator of 1 and don't enter the units). If it isn't linear, enter n for not linear.
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Page 175 4. Does the data in the table represent a linear relationship? If it is linear, enter the rate of change (which is a unit rate, but don't enter the denominator of 1 and don't enter the units). If it isn't linear, enter n for not linear.
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Page 175 5. Does the data in the table represent a linear relationship? If it is linear, enter the rate of change (which is a unit rate, but don't enter the denominator of 1 and don't enter the units). If it isn't linear, enter n for not linear.
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Page 175 6. Does the data in the table represent a linear relationship? If it is linear, enter the rate of change (which is a unit rate, but don't enter the denominator of 1 and don't enter the units). If it isn't linear, enter n for not linear.
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Page 175 7. Does the data in the table in exercise 1 represent a proportional relationship?
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Page 175 9. Does the data in the table in exercise 5 represent a proportional relationship?
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Page 175 8. Does the data in the table in exercise 3 represent a proportional relationship?