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multiple choice question! constant variations??? The equation of the line on the graph below is a direct variation equation. What is the constant of variation?

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    1/4 1/2 3/4 1

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    direct variation means y= kx for some k. I would pick an (x,y) pair off the graph, and use those numbers to replace x and y in y=kx then "solve" for k (btw, don't use (0,0) because that won't work)

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    the answer is 1/4.

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    yes

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