If you travel at a constant speed, the distance you travel is directly proportional to your travel time. Suppose you walk 3 mi in 1.5 h. a. How far would you walk in 1 h? b. How far would you walk in 2 h? c. How much time would it take you to walk 6 mi? d. Represent this situation with a graph. e. What is the constant of variation in this situation, and what does it represent? f. Define variables and write an equation that relates time to distance traveled.

9/1/16 MATH 220 Watson I. Important Definitions a. Variable: Characteristic that changes from thing to thing b. Data sets can be: i. Numerical- Quantitative 1. Discrete- counting/integers (age rounded by years, no way to be more precise, whole numbers) 2. Continuous- measurement or...