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what is a directly proportional ralationship?

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y is directly proportional to x, |dw:1334976244712:dw| Explanation: If something increases, another thing increases with it.
i dont get it
the ratio of something is 1 is to 1. What happens, something doubles up, the another thing will double as well. 2:2

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Or, there was 1 pc per 1 students in school. If there are 100 students in school, how many will be PCs? the answer will be 100.
that dosent really help.
Why? o_O
idk i need a better and easier and understandaable explanation
It is a relation between two variables, in which if u increase one variable, the other variable also increases
it is represented as |dw:1334976501149:dw|
oh ok i get it now!
lol
hehe, yw. btw- @saifoo.khan was also right =D
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