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-8y=2x

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    What about it?

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    Solve for y or x maybe?

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    Sorry, this is off topic for OpenStudy Feedback. Please ask this in math.

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    determine whether this equation represents a direct variation . If it does , Find the constant of variation .

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    It represents a direct variation. A direct variation is a variation where the x and y coordinates of a point are a constant multiple of each other. To get the constant of variation. divide both sides by -8. The constant of variation is the constant before the x value.

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    thank you so much (:

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    You're welcome

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