Which equation represents a direct linear variation? A.y=x^2 B.y=x+3 C.y=2/5x D.y=1/x

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Which equation represents a direct linear variation? A.y=x^2 B.y=x+3 C.y=2/5x D.y=1/x

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well, for a direct linear variation, the equation must be in the form y = kx, where k can be any number
x cannot be in the denominator, and x cannot have an exponent other than 1
nothing can be added or subtracted to x

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So that means its A right?
nope, try again...
x cannot have an exponent other than 1
well its not B right since that one is addition
right, keep going
is it d?
nope, remember that x cannot be in the denominator
Oh duh. So its C :D
y = kx y = (2/5)x see how these equations are similar?
yes C
Yes i see that now, thank you for taking the time to help me :)

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