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A direct variation function contains the points (2, 14) and (4, 28). Which equation represents the function?
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Bossvideogamer21
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The general way the books tell you to solve these, is to use the direct variation thing y = k*x and use your points (x,y) in there to figure out what k is.
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(x,y) = (2,14), x=2 and y=14 Put that into y = k*x
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That is the basic way to solve the direct variation problems, use y = k*x put a given point in, and find out what 'k' is
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