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Does the equation represent a direct variation? If so, find the constant of variation.
5x = –3y
no
yes; k = –5/3
yes; k = 5/3
yes; k = –3/5
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poopsiedoodle
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yes, A.
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direct variation is y=kx.
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Thank you, squire.
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that's not direct variation, is it?
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Just to be sure, the answer is No?
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the answer is Yes. k=-5/3.
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My bad. Thank you!
AriPotta
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i think the answer is no :/
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:p
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nvm. i don't know anything