Name:    Try It Out -- Chapter 1, Lesson 4: Representing Patterns on a Graph

Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

Karen collects air miles when she goes grocery shopping. The graph shows the number of air miles she collects compared to how much money she spends. Complete the table of values to help answer the following questions.

 Number of Air Miles Amount Spent (\$) 1 A 2 B 3 C 4 D

1.

In the table of values, which amount of money does A represent?

 a. \$1.00 b. \$0.50 c. \$2.00 d. \$1.50

2.

In the table of values, which amount of money does B represent?

 a. \$1.00 b. \$0.50 c. \$2.00 d. \$1.50

3.

In the table of values, which amount of money does C represent?

 a. \$1.00 b. \$0.50 c. \$2.00 d. \$1.50

4.

In the table of values, which amount of money does D represent?

 a. \$1.00 b. \$0.50 c. \$2.00 d. \$1.50

5.

Select the pattern rule to calculate the number of air miles in any given amount of money.

 a. For every \$1.00 spent, 1 air mile is given. b. For every \$1.00 spent, 2 air miles are given. c. For every \$0.50 spent, 2 air miles are given. d. For every \$2.50 spent, 4 air miles are given.

6.

Select the pattern rule to calculate the number of air miles in any given amount of money. Let the variable n represent the amount of money.

 a. n + \$1.00 b. n x 2 c. n + 2 + 1 d. n - 2

Numeric Response

7.

Determine the number of air miles Karen will receive, if she spends \$10.00.

8.

How many dollars will Karen have to spend to receive 140 air miles?