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Abby Math Review

the constant multiple that relates proportional quantities X and Y. It's a value of the ratio x/y and its represented by the letter K. Constant of Proportional
a relationship in which for every X units of one quantity there are Y units for another ratio
a ratio that compares two equivalent rates with different units to measure rate
rations that have different numbers but represent the same relationship equivalent ratios
compare X units of one quantity to one unit of another quantity (denominator = 1) unit rate
a unit price that describes the price of one item unit price
an equation that represents equal ratios proportion
a relationship where all of the rations that relate the quantities are equivalent from a straight line that passes through the origin where graphed on the plane proportional relationship
Created by: mrshassler