Algebra 1

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The ordered pairs in each exercise are for the same direct variation.
Find the missing value.

(3,2) and (6,y)

I don't know how to find the missing value ..

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    Assuming that "direct variation" means that the second number of each pair is a certain fixed ratio to the first number, then
    3/2 = 6/y
    3y = 12
    y = ?

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    y=4?

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    yes, 4

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    well.....yes 4 but what if it was

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