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Write an appropriate direct variation equation if y = 8 when x = 2.

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A. y = -3x + 1 B. y = -3x C. y = 3x D. y = 3x + 1
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ha well that's not an anser lol

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oh oh hold on wrong one's
well, put x=2 and see none of the options gives you 8
B. y = 4x C. y = 8x
B lol
hope that helps ya , genius soul
\[\frac{ }{ x}\] \[y=\frac{ 16 }{ x}\]
ugh the top one is 4/x GEEz!
again y=16/x gives you 8 when x=2
so it's that one?
yeah
16/x? lol b/c you said 4x the first time lol
in both the cases if your gona put x=2 you'll get y=8
oh that makes sense so it is that one16/x or it can be both?
both
I can't choose both lol
then go for y=4x, thats gona give you linear relationship
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