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Tell whether the equation represents direct variation or neither, 7=3x+2 represents A) represents inverse variation B) represents direct variation C) represents neither.

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    C. Represents Neither.

    Direct variation: Y = 5x.
    When X is doubled, Y is doubled.

    Inverse variation: Y = 5/X.
    When X increases, Y decreases.

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