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Graphing with Correct Scale and Units (Grade 9)

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Graphing with Correct Scale and Units

1. 
Graph the following bivariate data. (be sure to label properly)

The heights (in cm) and average points per game of senior basketball players in a high school are given below.

[math] {:(heights,151, 153, 154, 160, 163, 164, 166, 167, 169, 172, 175, 180, 187, 189, 193, 195),(avg. pt//game,10, 6, 2, 13, 10, 8, 11, 19, 18, 20, 18, 11, 6, 25, 22, 21):} [/math]
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2. 
Graph the ordered pairs below on the graph provided. Choose a reasonable scale for the graph, plot the points, and label the graph appropriately.
(-24,2), (21,-3), (3,12), (-5,-8), (13,-5), (28,-9), (17,-8)
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3. 
Graph the ordered pairs below on the graph provided. Choose a reasonable scale for the graph, plot the points, and label the graph appropriately.
(-1,2), (2,-3), (3,2), (-5,8), (3,5), (-8,-9), (7,8)
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4. 
Graph the ordered pairs below on the graph provided. Choose a reasonable scale for the graph, plot the points, and label the graph appropriately.
(1,2), (2,3), (4,2), (5,1), (3,5)
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5. 
When graphing the distance vs time for a car traveling for a full day, the most appropriate units would be
  1. Miles and Minutes
  2. Kilometers and Hours
  3. Meters and Hours
  4. Feet and Minutes
6. 
A graph with units of meters and minutes would be most appropriate for tracking
  1. a falling stone
  2. a car on the highway
  3. a person walking
  4. a jet flying
7. 
The units on a hospital syringe would best be labeling in           
8. 
When solving an equation it is not important to keep consistent units of measure.
  1. True
  2. False
9. 
Bob and Narvita live 3 km apart. They both leave their homes at the same time and walk toward each other. Bob walks at 1.4 m/s while Narvita walks at 275 ft/min. At what point will they meet? (1m = 3.28ft)





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