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A waffle recipe calls for different amounts of mix, depending on the number of servings. For 4 servings, Jordan needs 3 cups of mix and for 12 servings; she needs 9 cups of mix. This shows a direct variation between the number of servings (x) and the amount of mix (y). Using the formula y =kx, solve the formula for k and then give the value of k.

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  1. anonymous
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    I updated the last question. the answer is 14mm

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    with the formula being 2a/b =h. .. the formula for this one is \[\frac{y}{x}] =k

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    \[\frac{y}{x} = k\]

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    thanks LOOOOVE (:

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