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What is the difference between **proportional relationship** and **linear relationship**?

What is the **linear relationship**?

Jeremy has a box of 500 nails that weighs 1.35 kilograms. He uses 60 nails to build a birdhouse. How much do the nails in the birdhouse weigh?

1 Answer | updated over 5 years ago | posted over 5 years ago, by Jae LeeFran has a plank of wood 4.65 meters long. She wants to cut it into pieces 0.85 meters long. How many pieces of wood that length can she cut from the plank?

1 Answer | updated over 5 years ago | posted over 5 years ago, by Jae LeeMount McKinley, in Alaska, is about 3.848 miles high. If a mountain climber can climb 0.25 miles per day, about how long, to the nearest day, would it take to climb Mount McKinley?

1 Answer | updated over 5 years ago | posted over 5 years ago, by Jae LeeIf a marathon runner was jogging at 5 miles per hour, how far would she travel in 4 hours?

1 Answer | updated over 5 years ago | posted over 5 years ago, by Jae LeeLenny was selling 576 tacos in 48 hours. How many tacos was he selling per hour?

1 Answer | updated over 5 years ago | posted over 5 years ago, by Jae LeeIf a 5Lb box of sugar costs %5.25. How much do you think a pound of sugar costs?

1 Answer | updated over 5 years ago | posted over 5 years ago, by Jae LeeChange this decimal number to the percentage, and also change it to fraction number. (1) 0.25, (2) 0.75, (3) 0.10

1 Answer | updated over 5 years ago | posted over 5 years ago, by Jae LeeDavid borrows $12,000 from a local bank today at 3.5% interest. How much does he have to repay the bank after 3 years? Use the **simple interest formula** to calculate.

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