Question

The table shows a proportional relationship.

Workout (hours) 1 2 3
Calories Burned 320 640 960

Create a description in words for the table.
The number of hours working out is dependent on the number of calories burned. For a one-hour workout, there are 320 calories burned, and for a two-hour workout, there are 640 calories burned.
The number of hours working out is dependent on the number of calories burned. For every 320-hour workout, there is 1 calorie burned, and for every 640-hour workout, there are 2 calories burned.
The number of calories burned is dependent on the number of hours working out. For a one-hour workout, there are 320 calories burned, and for a two-hour workout, there are 640 calories burned.
The number of calories burned is dependent on the number of hours working out. For every 320-hour workout, there is 1 calorie burned, and for every 640-hour workout, there are 2 calories burned.

1. each hour 320 calories are burned
Step-by-step explanation:
The number of calories burned is dependent on the number of hours working out. For a one-hour workout, there are 320 calories burned, and for a two-hour workout, there are 640 calories burned.
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2. trucchi
We can make the following inference – The number of calories burned is dependent on the number of hours working out.

### What is the general equation of a Straight line?

The general equation of a straight line is –
[y] = [m]x + [c]
where –
[m] → is slope of line which tells the unit rate of change of [y] with respect to [x].
[c] → is the y – intercept i.e. the point where the graph cuts the [y] axis.
The equation of a straight line can be also written to express proportional relationship as –
y = kx  {k is constant}
Given is a table that shows a proportional relationship –
Workout (hours)      1         2       3
Calories Burned  320    640   960
From the given table, we can make the following inference –
The number of calories burned is dependent on the number of hours working out. For a one-hour workout, there are 320 calories burned, and for a two-hour workout, there are 640 calories burned.
320 = k
In general –
y = 320k
Therefore, we can make the following inference – The number of calories burned is dependent on the number of hours working out.
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