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can you check this!!!!!

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    Which of the following shows the direct variation relationship shown in the graph? A graph shows a line connecting the points negative four comma two and zero comma zero. is it y = x -2

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    \[P_{1}(-4,2)\]\[P_{2}(0,0)\]What did you find for your slope? Remember\[m=\frac{\Delta y}{\Delta x}\]

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    idk what any of the means

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    P1 is your first point. P2 is your second point. m is your slope, determined by the ratio of your change in y over your change in x between two points

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    so is it y = x - 2?

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    No. From P1 to P2, how does your y change?

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