# Module 2 Unit 1 Notes by kccervenka

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Notes Module 2 Unit 2 Day 16-G, S: Proportional Relationships

Proportion- an equation stating two ratios are ______________________

Cross Products- the two products by one numerator and one denominator of opposite fractions

Ex:        6       9
8        12

State whether these two ratios are a proportion.
Example 1:                                       Example 2:

3      6
5      30                                             8       16
9       54

Example 3:                                         Example 4:

6    4                                              4     5
9        6                                          8         9

Example 5:
A certain shade of green paint requires 4 parts blue to 5 parts yellow. If you mix 16 quarts of blue
paint with 25 quarts of yellow paint, will you get the desired shade of green? Explain.
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Notes Module 2 Unit 2 Day 17-G, A: Solving Proportions

Example 1:
Solve the proportion using mental math.

3        x
8         24

Solve the proportion using cross products.
Example 2:                                        Example 3:

12        x                                           1    x
15        21                                          3    25.5

Example 4:
If 3 onions weigh 0.75 lb, how much do 10 onions weigh?
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Notes Module 2 Unit 2 Day 18-G: Solving Proportions with Story Problems

REMEMBER: Labels need to match in numerators and in denominators

Example 1:
Postcards cost \$2.45 for 5 cards. How much will 13 cards cost?

Example 2:
Swimming goggles cost \$84.36 for 12. At this rate, how much will goggles for 17 membesr of
a swim team cost?

Example 3:
At a telethon, a volunteer can take 48 calls over a 4-hour shift. At this rate, how many calls
can 12 volunteers take in a 4-hour shift?

Example 4:
You received \$57.04 for working 8 hours. At that rate, how much would you receive for
working 11 hours?
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Notes Module 2 Unit 2 Day 19: Similar Figures
Similar Figures- figures with the same shape but not the same _______________

Corresponding Parts- parts of the two figures that are in the same relative position.

F

A

4                                     40                  40
4

B                     C
3
G                               H
30

Example 1:
ΔACT and ΔODG are similar. Find the value of x.
C                              D
x cm
50 cm
32 cm
40 cm
O
24 cm      G
A
30 cm             T

Example 2:
A 6-ft-tall person standing near a flagpole casts a shadow 4.5 ft long. The flagpole casts a shadow
15 ft long. What is the height of the flagpole?

Example 3:
A 6-ft person has a shadow 5 ft long. A nearby tree has a shadow 30 ft long. What is the
height of the tree?
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Notes Module 2 Unit 2 Day 20: Scale Drawings
Scale drawing- enlarged or _______________________drawing, similar to the actual object

Scale- _____________that relate the real figure and the model

Example 1: Using the scale of a map -Pg. 400 Ex. 1
Use the map of Maine to estimate the distance between the towns of China and New Sweden.

Example 2:
The length of the side of a house is 3 cm tall on the drawing. How tall is the actual house?

Scale: 1 cm = 2.5 m

Example 3:
The chimney of the house is 4 cm tall on the drawing. How tall is the chimney of the actual
house?
Scale: 1 cm = 2.5 m

Example 4:
The actual length of a boxcar is 609 in. The length of the model boxcar is 7 in. What is the
scale of the model?
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Notes Module 2 Unit 2 Day 22: Graphing Proportional Relationships

Proportional Relationships- graphs will be a straight line and go through the origin

Which one of these graphs shows a proportional relationship?

Proportional relationship equations only have multiplying or dividing:

Examples:                 Non-Examples:
y=x                         y=x+4
y = 2x                      y = 4x + 4
y = 0.5x                      y=x+6
y = 2.5x                     y = 4x + 6

Example 1:
If 5 pencils cost \$1.20, how much would 12 pencils cost?
-   You could use a table to solve the problem

Pencils       5        6            7     8         9        10       11         12

Dollars      \$1.20

-   You could set up a proportion and solve by            Now, graph this information on the following
cross multiplying                                         coordinate plane.

5 pencils 12 pencils
\$1.20           x

Is this a proportional relationship?

What is the unit rate for 1 pencil?

If Miss Cervenka went through 250 pencils last year, how much money did she
spend on pencils?
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Notes Unit 2 Day 23: Patterns and Graphs
Example 1:
The table shows the conversions of yards to inches.
Let’s display that same data in a graph.
Yards and Inches

Number of Yards                      Number of Inches

1                        36

2                        72

3                        108

4                        144

5                        180

What is the unit rate?

Could you make a prediction about how many inches would be in 7 yards?

Example 2:
Graph the data in the table below. What is the unit rate?

Amount of Yogurt (c)                    Price (\$)

50                   26

100                  49

150                  72

200                  95

Example 3:
The graph shows the cost of renting a personal watercraft. Estimate for the cost of a 3 and a
half hour rental?

Watercraft Rentals

400                                  What is the unit rate?
Cost (dollars)

300

200
Use the graph to estimate the
100                                  cost of an hour and half rental.

1      2     3     4

Time (hours)
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Module 2 Unit 1 Test--TOMORROW!!
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