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This activity is aligned with the TEKS 7.4A, which states that the student will represent constant rates of change in mathematical and real‐world problems.
This activity is full of real life, applicable word problems and tables that will relate to the students.

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In this quick worksheet (or quiz or homework!) students are given a table and are asked to determine whether or not the relationship shown is proportional or non-proportional, based on whether or not there is a constant rate of change (k).
TEKS 8.5A, 8.5E, and 8.5F

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Slope - Constant Rate of Change, Students are able to use Constant Rate of Change to solve for SlopeStudents will use:Constant Rate from Tables,Constant Rate from Graphs,Finding Slope from Two PointsThe purchase of this product allows you to make 1 copy per classroom set. If additional licenses are

This product includes 12 task cards or stations that require students to determine the constant rate of change or the constant of proportionality.
The types of questions included are- determining the constant rate of change or constant of proportionality from a word problem, a table, or a graph. E

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This activity stresses the relationship between Constant Rate of Change, Constant of Proportionality and Unit Rate.
Students practice determining if a relationship is proportional, finding the C.R.O.C., finding the C.O.P. and unit rate. They also practice writing and solving inequalities. The stude

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In this activity students will determine the constant of proportionality for 4 graphs, 4 tables and 2 equations (10 problems in all) in order correctly color the coloring page.
This resource is grouped with additional activities in the Constant of proportionality and Slope Activity Pack
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This is a fun way of practicing constant rate of change. Students can work together or independently to solve the problems . They can move about the room. My students really enjoy these. You can change the names if you wish. The students enjoy seeing their teachers and favorite celebrities being sil

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This quiz covers proportional relationships and constant rate of change or unit rate, including tables and equations.
Part of the TEKS quiz series, available for all 7th and 8th grade math TEKS. Each quiz contains ten questions of varying levels. Please click the preview button to see the quiz in i

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In this activity students will determine the constant rate of change from a mixture of tables, and equations. There are 10 problems in all.
This resource is grouped with additional activities in the Constant of Proportionality and Slope Activity Pack
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TEKS 7.4a (readiness)
This scavenger hunt has students solve various different problems involving constant rate of change. (tables, graphs, verbal)

Distance formula notes and practice.
Students will learn to use fact families to manipulate the distance formula. They will identify the components of the formula and practice manipulating the formula to find either the distance, rate or time. They will also take information from a table and graph.

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Students love foldables for notes! This one covers constant rate of change and slope from a line or table. These go perfectly with the 7th grade standards for proportional relationships. A more detailed foldable for just slope is available here. Fits perfectly in a composition book for interacti

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Constant Rate of Change - Slope
These problems can be used to introduce Constant Rate of Change or Slope. Problems can be cut and used as index cards to have students work in groups or just used as handouts.
Includes (Constant Rate of Change) for:
- Graphs,
- Tables (Vertical or Horizontal),
- Wor

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In this activity, students will match an equation in the form y = kx with the graph or table that displays the same rate of change.
Students will take turns in this card game matching up equations with the corresponding table or graph. This is a great small-group activity to use as a station or fo

Students will work in pairs/partners to identify the constant rate of change and whether the function is proportional.
Each Partner will find the constant rate of change for their table. They will then compare their answers. If they do it correctly they will have the same answer. If the answers ar

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Constant Rate of Change: Students will be given a series of word problems and will have to determine the Algebraic equation, a table, make a graph, and draw a picture.

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Riddles are a great way to make a boring worksheet fun. However, I found students knew the answer to the riddle and just chose the answers to fill in the letters without doing any of the math. This way, students have to create the riddle before they can answer it.* Perfect for centers, homework or i

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A fun way to practice Constant Rate of Change with a cute Winter Penguin theme.
Constant Rate of Change from a table, graph, equation and problem situation. Self checking activity.
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Last night at the chic XY Resort a guest was murdered. It is unknown as to who did it, where it was done and how it happened. Your mission, should you choose to accept is to find the clues that lead to the culprit, location and method of murder. You have been provided a list of suspects, location a

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This chart is a great resource for students to complete as they learn how to determine if a relationship is linear, regardless of what form the relationship is presented in (table, graph, in words). I usually use the chart with a small group of students who have demonstrated a need for additional s

This is a fun formative evaluation. Students receive feedback and are given the opportunity to correct their work. The teacher is not bogged down by attempting to check everyone's papers at once. The activity allows for the students to only have two problems checked at a time. The teacher can then g

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Also included in: 7.4a Constant Rate of Change Practice Sheets-Bundle

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Constant rate of change using tables and graphs
Constant of Proportionality

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This worksheet provides guided practice for constant rate of change as well as for slope. Students were struggling with learning from the text so I felt the need to make it more user friendly. It allows for showing parallel lines when having the same slope as well as showing proportional with a ta

This product includes two four-question quizzes assessing students' ability to find the constant rate of change from a table. Keys are included.

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