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Maya is riding her bike. The distance she travels varies directly with the number of revolutions (turns) her wheels make. See the graph below.

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  1. anonymous
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    Do you have the graph to attach/draw? Otherwise, I can only tell you that the direct variation equation is y=kx where k=rate of change

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