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Given the direct variation equation, y = kx, solve for the direct constant of variation of the line passes that through (2,4).
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BabyBoy1 Group Title
Given the direct variation equation, y = kx, solve for the direct constant of variation of the line passes that through (2,4).
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k = 4 k = ½ k = 2 k = 1/2
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hartnn Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
u have the point (x,y) as (2,4) so just put x=2 and y=4 in y=kx to get k,can u?
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can i get one ?
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peace bro
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