# Variables And Patterns: Investigation 1 And 2 (York)

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• 1.
To become different
• A.

Variable

• B.

Rule

• C.

Change

• D.

Dependent variable

• 2.
A representation of data
• A.

Table

• B.

Pattern

• C.

Axis

• D.

Vertical

• 3.
A summary of predictable data that tells how to find the next value
• A.

X-axis

• B.

Y-axis

• C.

Change

• D.

Rule

• 4.
The horizontal line on a coordinate graph
• A.

X-axis

• B.

Y-axis

• C.

• D.

Diagonal

• 5.
A quantity that changes or varies
• A.

Axis

• B.

• C.

Variable

• D.

Table

• 6.
The vertical axis on a coordinate graph
• A.

X-axis

• B.

Y-axis

• C.

• D.

Variable

• 7.
A graph that shows the relationship between two variables
• A.

Coordinate graph

• B.

Dependent variable

• C.

Rule

• D.

X-axis

• 8.
A change that occurs in a predictable wayExample:  5, 10, 15, 20, .....
• A.

Table

• B.

Graph

• C.

Variable

• D.

Pattern

• 9.
A variable that depends on the other variable.For example:  The number of customers on a bike tour depends on the cost of the tour.
• A.

Formula

• B.

Rule

• C.

Dependent variable

• D.

Axis

• 10.
A rule that represents a mathematical relationship.Examples:  P = 5h                  Raniqua's age = Amy's age + 3                  3n + 1
• A.

Function

• B.

Formula

• C.

Variable

• D.

Table

• 11.
Every graph should always have which of the following:
• A.

Title

• B.

A label or title for x-axis

• C.

A label or title for y-axis

• D.

All of the above

• 12.
The name of the unit we are studying is
• A.

Variables and Negatives

• B.

Accentuate the Variable

• C.

Vampires and Patterns

• D.

Variables and Patterns

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