7th grade honors math

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Which equation represents an inverse variation?
A.3x=2y
B.2-2x+y=0
C.y squared= x
D.xy=5
If you could tell me the anser then explain how you got it that would be awesome!

  • 7th grade honors math -

    A=3x=2y

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    hard question i didn't understand anything:( good luck

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