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

50-Student Conference

Area of Deck

Area of Sign

Basketball Points

Bicycle Sale

Cheapest Cookies

Cheapest Cost Per Minute

Cheapest Movie

Cheapest Water

Cost of Pop

Cost of Potatoes

Dimensions of a Rectangle 3x5

Driveway Sealant Cost

Flyers

Fundraising Money

Garden Fence

Grade 9 Dance

MP3 Player

Proportion: Value of A

Proportion: Value of K

Proportion for Rectangular Garden

Proportion of Juice

Ratio of Apples to Oranges

Ratio of Television Screen Dimensions

Reward Points

Student Council Vote

Video Games

**Short-Answer Questions**

Fill 'Er Up

Guzzling Gas

Healthy Fish

Hole in the Wall

More Apples

Orange-Gi

Part-Time Job

Road Trip

Share the Profits

What a Bargain!