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Constant Rates of Change and Proportional Relationships

Constant Rates of Change and Proportional Relationships

Author: Graham Pardun
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This lesson explains the difference between a proportional and non-proportional relationship which both have constant rates of change.

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It's Got a Constant Rate of Change...but Is It Proportional??

All linear functions have constant rates of change, but only some of them are proportional. I'll show you what these words mean and how to tell which linear functions are proportional and which aren't. Meanwhile, Mathceratops and Mario-B will randomly stare at a talking moon, a fact which I never explain in the video.