Bike Rental (2)
Non-Proportional by Houston Martinez
My table shows that she payed $10 for every hour she rented the bike, but she also had to pay an extra $5 more the first time.
The coordinate plane shows that the problem is not proportional because the fractions are not equivialent.
The problem wasn't proportional, because if you put them into fractions... they will not be equivilent.
I found my findings by knowing that if the fractions are not equivilent... the graph created will not be proportional, therefore it will be non-proportional. In this case, this problem was non-proportional.