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    @Mehek14. Last one

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    I think its A @Mehek14

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    \(\checkmark\)

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    Wait no i ment c

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    it's A

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    How though

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    proportionality = slope and the slope is 3 for every point so it's constant

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    try to take two points and fill in (y2-y1)/(x2-x1) which gives 3

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    take (0,0) and (1,3) fill it in gives 3/1 is 3 is your slope :)

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