Grade 7 Math - Significance of points on graphs of proportions

Explain what a point (x, y) on the graph of a proportional relationship means in terms of the situation, with special attention to the points (0, 0) and (1, r) where r is the unit rate.

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Why will the graph of every proportional relationship include the Point 0 0?

It's miles a straight line, however it does no longer intersect the point (zero, zero). the connection is notproportional, so there isn't a consistent of proportionality. it is no longer proportionalbecause the road does no longer pass through the starting place. consequently the ratio of x to y willbe one-of-a-kind for 2 special factors on the road.

What points must be on a graph for it to be proportional?

In a graph, the points (1, r) and (0,0) need to seem on the line of the proportionalrelationship.

What is proportional on a graph?

Which means as x increases, y will increase and as x decreases, y decreases-and that the ratio among them usually remains the same. the graph of the proportionalrelationship equation is a straight line through the starting place.