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# Determining Proportionality Using Graphs and Tables if (typeof(\$.SOPHIA.anonym_abuse_report_enabled) == 'undefined') { \$.SOPHIA.anonym_abuse_report_enabled = false; } Report

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##### Objective:
This lesson demonstrates how to determine if data in graphs or tables are proportional.
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Source: Parmanand Jagnandan

maggie — 10 months ago

how to do complet proportinality tables

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Parmanand Jagnandan (541) answered 10 months ago

Hello Maggie, thanks for the question. If you already know that a table contains proportional data then use can use the proportional ratio to determine the missing information. In the example I gave (Slide 3) suppose I didn't know the cups of flour in the last column. I can still figure it out by noticing that for every cup of sugar I use 2 cups of flour, therefore for 5 cups of sugar I would use 10 cups of flour in order to keep the proportion the same for the whole table. Hope that helps :)

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