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Which equation is an example of a direct variation? A) y=2/3xz B) 2xy=12 C) y=8/x D) 2/3x=y

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    @jim_thompson5910

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    Hint: a direct variation is y = kx where k is any real number

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    c?

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    that's an inverse variation equation

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    since it's in the form y = k/x

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    ohhhh so a?

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    that's a joint variation equation, notice you have 2 variables on one side

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    hmm b?

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    no lol, sounds like you're just guessing at this point?

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    choice B is another inverse variation equation, just in a different form

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    ok d lol . and i thought d wasnt it cause of its form .

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    2/3x=y y = 2/3x its in the form y = kx where k = 2/3

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    oh ok thank you

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    you're welcome

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