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## Texas Go Math Grade 8 Lesson 3.4 Answer Key Direct Variation

**Essential Question**

How can you solve problems involving direct variation?

**Your Turn**

Question 1.

The table shows the widths and lengths of United States flags. Determine whether the data set shows direct variation. If so, write an equation that describes the relationship.

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**Reflect**

**Go Math Lesson 3.4 8th Grade Direct Variation Question 2.**

Does the equation y = \(\frac{3}{2}\)x – 5 show a direct variation? Why or why not?

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**Your Turn**

Question 3.

One brand of motorcycle uses an oil-to-gasoline ratio as shown in the graph. The amount of oil that should be added varies directly with the amount of gasoline. Write a direct variation equation that describes the relationship. Use your equation to determine the amount of oil that should be added to 6.5 gallons of gasoline.

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**Texas Go Math Grade 8 Lesson 3.4 Guided Practice** **Answer KeyÂ **

**Determine whether the data sets show direct variation. If so, write an equation that describes the relationship. (Example 1)**

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**Go Math Grade 8 Lesson 3.4 Answer Key Question 4.**

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Question 5.

The number of cups in a measure varies directly as the number of tablespoons. Write a direct variation equation that describes the relationship. Use your equation to determine the number of cups in 56 tablespoons. (Example 2)

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Question 6.

The number of calories varies directly with the number of grams of protein. Write a direct variation equation that describes the relationship. Use your equation to determine the number of calories from 25 grams of protein. (Example 2)

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**Essential Question Check-In**

Question 7.

How can you solve problems involving direct variation?

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**Texas Go Math Grade 8 Lesson 3.4 Independent Practice**Â **Answer KeyÂ **

Question 8.

**Vocabulary** A _______ is a relationship that can written be as y = kx, where k is a ____.

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**Direct Variation 8th Grade Math Lesson 3.4 Answer Key Question 9.**

Which equation does NOT represent a direct variation?

(A) y = \(\frac{1}{4}\)

(B) y = -4x

(C) y = 5x + 1

(D) y = 6x

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Question 10.

**Environment** Mischa bought an energy-efficient washing machine. The amount of water she saves per wash load compared to her old washer is shown in the table.

a. Determine whether the relationship is a direct variation. If so, write an equation that describes the relationship.

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b. How much water will she save when washing 8 loads?

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Question 11.

Sandy wants to build a square garden. Complete the table for the different side lengths.

a. Does the perimeter of a square vary directly with the side length? If so, write an equation that describes the relationship. Explain your answer.

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b. Does the area of a square vary directly with the side length? Why or why not?

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c. Sandy decides to build her garden with a side length of 3 feet. The border she buys for the perimeter costs $1.99 for a 1.5-foot piece. The soil she buys covers an area of 3 square feet and costs $4.99 a bag. How much does Sandy spend on border and soil for her garden? Explain.

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**Direct Variation Worksheet Answer Key Question 12.**

The three-toed sloth is an extremely slow animal. Use the graph to write a direct variation equation for the distance y a sloth will travel in x minutes. How long will it take the sloth to travel 24 feet?

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**Texas Go Math Grade 8 Lesson 3.4 H.O.T. Focus On Higher Order Thinking**Â **Answer Key**

Question 13.

**Critique Reasoning** Martin is told that a graph includes the points (2, 5) and (4, 10). He says that this is the graph of the direct variation y = 2.5x. Do you agree? Explain.

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**Texas Go Math Grade 8 Pdf Download Lesson 3.4 Question 14.**

**Make a Conjecture** If you can write a direct variation equation that relates y to x,y = kx, then you can write a direct variation equation that relates x to y, x = k_{1}y. Make a conjecture about how the constants of variation are related. Use the table to help you decide.

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Question 15.

**Analyze Relationships** One graph of a direct variation equation goes through point A in Quadrant I which is not at the origin. A second graph of a different direct variation equation goes through a point that is one unit to the right of A. Which direct variation equation has a greater constant of variation? Explain.

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