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In the ordered pair, (x, y), the independent variable corresponds to (blank)

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    @blurbendy

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    @jim_thompson5910 @phi @timo86m

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    what did you get

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    D ? :)

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    (independent variable, dependent variable) is the format for the ordered pair

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    @blurbendy

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    So by that logic... can you guess the answer?

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    look at kirbykirby's response and try again

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    Oh! B?

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    y

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    so it b

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    No no it's definitely not b

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    that's the dependent variable

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    the independent variable would correspond to x

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    ^yes

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    oh i read it wrong x is independent cuzz it is just 1 2 3 4 5 or whatever however y depends on x cuzz it is some kind of y=m x +b form.

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    in other words y depends on x

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