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A direct variation always goes through the origin of the coordinate plane. True False

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    please help me:(

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    True

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    if correct please click best response

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    thanks but r u sure it is correct?

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    direct variation equations are in the form y = kx y = kx 0 = k*0 0 = 0 ... which is TRUE So (0,0) lies on any line of the form y = kx

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    thanks jim:)

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