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Proportional Reasoning

This activity contains 9 questions.

Question 1.
The directions on how to help children develop proportional reasoning include all of the following statements EXCEPT

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Question 2.
A ratio is defined as

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Question 3.
Ratios can be all of the following EXCEPT

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Question 4.
When exploring the different opportunities for developing proportional reasoning, all of the following categories of proportional activities should be explored EXCEPT

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Question 5.
All fractions are ratios because they both can be a comparison of parts-to-wholes.

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Question 6.
The cross-product algorithm should be introduced early along with many intuitive, conceptual methods.

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Question 7.
All graphs of equivalent ratios fall along a straight line with slope = m and the equation is y = mx.

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Question 8.
Proportional reasoning includes a sense of covariation, a recognition of proportional relationships, the development of strategies for solving proportions or comparing rations, and an understanding of ratios as distinct entities.

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Question 9.

To create paragraphs in your essay response, type <p> at the beginning of the paragraph, and </p> at the end.

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