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EAch set of ordered pairs represents a function. Write a rule that represents the function (2,10),(4,20),(5,25),(7,35),(9,45)

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    y=5x

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    C is more than half of n

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    ​(0​,0​), ​(1,6), ​(2​,24​), ​(3​,54), ​(4​,96​)

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