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I need some help with my math.. It says is each equation a direct variation? If it is find the constant of variaton.

32. f(x)=-3x
34. y=2x+5


I don't get how to do these.. please help me.

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    If by "constant of variation" they mean the slope, it is -3 for the first equation and +2 for the second.

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