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If k = 3x, and y -1/3x, then k time y would equal

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    is y = -(1/3)x or -1/(3x) ?

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    y = -(1/3)x

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    k = 3x, so x = k/3

    ky = (k)(-1/3 x) = -1/3 k (k/3) = -k^2

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