# Math

Select Each situation in which one quantity is changing at a constant rate in relation to another quantity.

A. Brad drives 45 miles per hour.
B. Frank earns 3% interest on his savings account
C. Steve doubles the amount of water he drinks every week.
D. Dan earns \$12 for every lawn he takes.
E. Charlie runs 3 miles every day.

B

(You can have more than one answer, but b is one that seems most ok to me)

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1. think about C. It differs from B only in the rate of growth. (100% vs 3%)

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2. the correct answer C just C

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