# Math

The number of pages Cameron reads varies directly with time in minutes. He can read 15 pages in 60 minutes. What is the constant of proportionality for the number of minutes to read 1 page.

A.1/4
B.1/2
C.2
D.4

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15/60

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Ms. Sue
2. The number of pages Cameron reads varies directly with time in minutes. He can read 15 pages in 60 minutes. What is the constant of proportionality for the number of minutes to read 1 page.

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3. 15/60 Simplified is 1/4

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4. The number of pages that Hayden can read varies directly with the time spent reading. If he reads 15 pages in 4 minutes, how many pages can he read in 17 minutes?

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5. i believe the answer is 4 because on our q&a its says -1/4 so it would be counted as wrong since it was negative.

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6. 1. (Your question) D. 4
2. False
Proportional means equal
They are not equal. McKenna 7/8 Rodriguez 13/15
3. A G=2/3W
4. Yes because x and y points are exactly same distance
Part B
Yes values come together
5.C constant proportionality represents distance/time
D THE POINT 0/0 is start of trip
6. 60 students 20 like Action
120 students 40 like action
180 students 60 like action
240 students 80 like action
Yes direct variation because students number was just adding 60 students each time
Constant proportionality was 20 because for every 60 students 20 liked action movies and the students kept adding 60
7. D=18t
Ant will travel 180 meters
Ant will walk 2.25 meters
Constant of proportionality represents meters traveled
8. 6.25 per hour
Second part not 100% but think its 1 hour since she worked 1 hour to make 6.25
9. Yes 2/5
10.
75
15
1.4
2.375

When I submitted it said all were correct other than the ones it says teacher has to grade so those ones I wont know till she grades

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7. The number of pages that Hayden can read varies directly with the time spent reading.
If he reads 12 pages in 4 minutes, how many pages can he read in 17 minutes?

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8. Itâ€™s 4

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