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anonymous

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help needed

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    Answers is B

  4. anonymous
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    Divide the number in y by the number in x . the number you get is in one of the answers

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    Oh oops, sorry need to explain. The rule is y=5x Multiply whatever is in the X by a number to get Y.

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    Put the x and y in all of the equations, the equation which makes the numbers on left and right of the equal sign same, is the right equation.

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