Inverse/Direct Variation

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Is this an example of inverse variation, direct variation, or neither?

Because, on average, Linda makes 60% of the free throws she shoots in a basketball game, the number of points she scores on free throws depends on the number of shots she gets.

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    points=.6*shots

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    Direct variation

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