Here are a number of good problems that can be used to construct an evaluation of students' understanding of proportional relationships. Multiple-choice come first, followed by short-answer questions. Multiple-Choice Questions

$20 for Treats

$20 for Treats

50-Student Conference

50-Student Conference

Area of Deck

Area of Deck

Area of Sign

Area of Sign

Basketball Points

Basketball Points

Bicycle Sale

Bicycle Sale

Cheapest Cookies

Cheapest Cookies

Cheapest Cost Per Minute

Cheapest Cost Per Minute

Cheapest Movie

Cheapest Movie

Cheapest Water

Cheapest Water

Cost of Pop

Cost of Pop

Cost of Potatoes

Cost of Potatoes

Dimensions of a Rectangle 3x5

Dimensions of a Rectangle 3-5

Driveway Sealant Cost

Driveway Sealant Cost

Flyers

Flyers

Fundraising Money

Fundraising Money

Garden Fence

Garden Fence

Grade 9 Dance

Grade 9 Dance

MP3 Player

MP3 Player

Proportion: Value of A

Proportion - Value of A

Proportion: Value of K

Proportion - Value of K

Proportion for Rectangular Garden

Proportion for Rectangular Garden

Proportion of Juice

Proportion of Juice

Ratio of Apples to Oranges

Ratio of Apples to Oranges

Ratio of Television Screen Dimensions

Ratio of Television Screen

Reward Points

Reward Points

Student Council Vote

Student Council Vote

Video Games

Video Games

Short-Answer Questions

Fill 'Er Up

Fill 'Er Up

Guzzling Gas

Guzzling Gas

Healthy Fish

Healthy Fish

Hole in the Wall

Hole in the Wall

More Apples

More Apples

Orange-Gi

Orange-Gi

Part-Time Job

Part-Time Job

Road Trip

Road Trip

Share the Profits

Share the Profits

What a Bargain!

What a Bargain!