Step: 1

Let the input be x and output be y .

Step: 2

So, the function would be y = x + 2.

Step: 3

So, Table 2 is the appropriate function table.

Correct Answer is : Table 2

Step: 1

Each deer has 4 legs.

Step: 2

As the number of deer increases by 1, number of legs increases by 4.

Step: 3

So, Table 1 shows the correct relationship between the number of deer and the total number of legs they have.

Correct Answer is : Table 1

Step: 1

Each bookshelf has 8 books.

Step: 2

As the number of bookshelves increases by 1, the number of books increases by 8.

Step: 3

Number of books in 4 bookshelves = 4 × Number of books in each bookshelf

= 4 × 8 = 32

[Substitute and multiply.]

Step: 4

Number of books in 7 bookshelves = 7 × Number of books in each bookshelf

= 7 × 8 = 56

[Substitute and multiply.]

Step: 5

Number of books in 10 bookshelves = 10 × Number of books in each bookshelf

= 10 × 8 = 80

[Substitute and multiply.]

Step: 6

The values obtained match the values in Table 3.

Step: 7

So, Table 3 shows the number of books in 4, 7, and 10 bookshelves.

Correct Answer is : Table 3

Step: 1

Given that a box has 5 wallets. By multiplying the number of boxes × 5, we get 10 wallets for 2 boxes.

Step: 2

Similarly, for 3 boxes we get 15 wallets and so on.

Step: 3

Therefore, Table 1 gives the correct answer.

Correct Answer is : Table 1

Step: 1

Given, a wardrobe holds 8 dresses. By multiplying the number of wardrobes × 8, we get 16 dresses for 2 wardrobes.

Step: 2

Similarly, for 3 wardrobes we get 24 dresses and so on.

Step: 3

Therefore, Table 1 gives the correct answer.

Correct Answer is : Table 1

Step: 1

Nathan made the number 6 with 6 matchsticks.

[Given.]

Step: 2

If he wants to make '66' he needs 2 sets of 6 matchsticks: 6 × 2 = 12.

Step: 3

To make '666' he needs 3 sets of 6 matchsticks: 6 × 3 = 18.

Step: 4

To make '6666' he needs 4 sets of 6 matchsticks: 6 × 4 = 24.

Step: 5

So, the number of matchsticks he needs to make '66', '666', and '6666' are matches with the values given in Table 3.

Step: 6

Therefore, Table 3 is the correct answer.

Correct Answer is : Table 3

Tom | 2 | 4 | 6 | 8 |

Bean | 4 | 8 | 12 | 16 |

Step: 1

Tom's plane climbs 2 feet every second. That means, in 1st second 2 feet, in 2nd second 4 feet, in 3rd second 6 feet , in 4th second 8 feet etc.

Step: 2

Bean's plane climbs 4 feet every second. That means, in 1st second 4 feet, in 2nd second 8 feet, in 3rd second 12 feet , in 4th second 16 feet etc.

Step: 3

Therefore we can form ordered pairs from the corresponding terms of both the patterns as (2,4), (4,8), (6,12), and (8,16).

Step: 4

Now, Graph 4 matches with the given data.

Correct Answer is : Graph 4

Number of Shelves | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 |

Number of Bottles | 8 | 16 | 24 | 32 |

Step: 1

Given, a shelf holds 8 bottles. By multiplying the number of shelves multiplied by 8, we get 16 bottles for 2 shelves.

Step: 2

Similarly, for 3 shelves we get 24 bottles and so on.

Step: 3

Therefore we can form ordered pairs from the corresponding terms of both the patterns as (1, 8), (2, 16), (3, 24), and (4, 32).

[From the table]

Step: 4

Amongst the choices, Graph 3 matches with the given table.

Correct Answer is : Graph 3

Step: 1

Mrs. Helen plans to spend $5 on gifts for each child at her son's birthday party.

Step: 2

The money she will spend for 3 children = 3 × $5 = $15.

Step: 3

The money she will spend for 5 children = 5 × $5 = $25.

Step: 4

The money she will spend for 7 children = 7 × $5 = $35.

Step: 5

The money she will spend for 9 children = 9 × $5 = $45.

Step: 6

So, the following Table shows the amount of money she spends for the party.

Step: 7

Therefore we can form ordered pairs from the corresponding terms of both the patterns as (3, 15), (5, 25), (7, 35), and (9, 45).

Step: 8

Now, graph the ordered pairs on the coordinate plane by taking number of children on X-axis and Number of dollars on Y-axis.

Step: 9

Amongst the choices, Graph 3 matches with the given data.

Correct Answer is : Graph 3

Number of Boxes | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 |

Number of Pencils | 8 | 16 | 24 | 32 |

Step: 1

Given, a box has 8 pencils. By multiplying the number of boxes × 8, we get 16 pencils for 2 boxes.

Step: 2

Similarly, we get 24 pencils for 3 boxes and so on.

Step: 3

Therefore we can form ordered pairs from the corresponding terms of given table as (1, 8), (2, 16), (3,24), and (4, 32).

Step: 4

Now we can graph the ordered pairs on the coordinate plane by taking number of boxes on X-axis and total number of pencils on Y-axis.

Step: 5

Amongst the choices, graph 3 matches with the given data.

Correct Answer is : Graph 3

Number of boys | 4 | 8 | 12 | 16 |

Number of legs | 8 | 16 | 24 | 32 |

Step: 1

A boy has 2 legs. By multiplying the number of boys by 2, we get 8 legs for 4 boys.

Step: 2

Similarly, for 8 boys we get 16 legs.

Step: 3

Now, we can form ordered pairs from the corresponding terms of given table as (4, 8), (8, 16), (12,24), and (16,32) and graph them by taking number of boys on X-axis and total number of legs on Y-axis.

Step: 4

Amongst the choices, Graph 2 represents the given data.

Correct Answer is : Graph 2

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