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The ordered pairs below represent a relation between x and y. (-3,1), (-2,3), (-1,5), (0,7), (1,9), (2,11) Could this set of ordered pairs have been generated by a linear function? Yes, because the distance between consecutive x-values is constant No, because the distance between consecutive y-values is different than the distance between consecutive x-values Yes, because the relative difference between y-values and x-values is the same no matter which pairs of (x, y) values you use to calculate it No, because the y-values decrease and then increas
Yes, because the relative difference between y-values and x-values is the same no matter which pairs of (x,y) values you use to calculate it.
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Yes, because the relative difference between y-values and x-values is the same no matter which pairs of (x, y) values you use to calculate it