Bike Rental

Proportional or Non-Proportional?


In the hours its goes up by one and by cost in dollars it goes up by $5 dollars every time

Coorbinate Plane

This graph shows the hourly rate of renting a bicycle. This graph is a straight line that begins at (0,0)

Verbal Description

it cost $5 for each hour that you rent the bicycle .



This problem is an example of a proportional problem because all ratios in the table are equivalent, and reduce to 1/5. The definition of a proportional is a statement that two ratios are equal. The table also o has a constant of change and when it was graphit created a line graph that started in the origin.