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Which statement best explains if the graph correctly represents the proportional relationship y = 3.5x? No, the points shown on the line would not be part of y = 3.5x No, proportions cannot be represented on a graph Yes, the points shown on the line would be part of y = 3.5x Yes, all proportions can be shown on the graph of this line

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    does it have a standard or a changing ratio of y to x?

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    no

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    it wasn't a yes or no question, there are 2 options there is the ratio between the 2 constantly changing? if x = 1, what does y equal? now what is the ratio of x to y now if x = 12, what does y =? now calculate the new ratio of x : y are the ratios the same? if they're the same, then it's a proportional relationship if it's different, then it's not a proportional relationship (from what i understand anyway)

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    if it helps: A proportional relationship between two quantities is one in which the two quantities vary directly with one and other. If one item is doubled, the other, related item is also doubled. Because of this, it is also called a direct variation. The equations of such relationships are always in the form y = mx , and when graphed produce a line that passes through the origin. I

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