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how do you create of six values that does not represent a linear relation. All the yvalues must increase in value as x increase in value?

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Steve
easy  just make sure the changes in y are not a multiple of the changes in x.
x: 0 1 2 3 4 5
y: 1 3 99 20 31 22
In fact, almost any six pairs you choose will likely not be a linear relationship.
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