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The circumference of a circle varies directly from its diameter. If the circumference of the circle having a diameter of 7cm is 7 cm, what is the circumferences of the circle whose diameter is 10cm? 18cm? 20cm?
a. Write a mathematical statement that relate two quantities involved in the problem
b. What is the constant of variation? Formulate the mathematical equation
c. Construct a table of values from the relation.
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