# Algebra 1

the point 12,9 is included in a direct variation. what is the constant of variation

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1. usually we write your point in the form (12,9)

direct variation ---> y = kx
so 9 = 12k
k = 9/12 = 3/4

constant of variation is 3/4

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2. thank you

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3. 1.d
2.c
3.b
4.a
5.b

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4. Chomper is wrong if you are doing U6L2 Direct Variation
The correct ones are
1.d
2.b
3.a
4.b
5.a

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5. Is Helper right?

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6. I just took it and got 1/5 with Helper despite knowing like the first 3 questions. My bad.

1. 21
2. 201.6
3. 3/4
4. 1/4
5. 200

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7. What is wrong with you... You think you're a "Helper", but you're not s\$%*@. @Helper is COMPLETELY wrong. @Chomper is correct and "Helper" is just trying to ruin people's grades. The only one he got right, surprisingly, was #1. You're welcome for warning you.

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8. @Laiiii no, so called helper is not correct

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9. i just took the direct variations test and the answers are:
1) D
2) B
3) A
4) B
5) A
i got a 100% Trust me guysss

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10. D
C
B
A
B

5/5 100%

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11. i really did just take the test and Xiumini is correct

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12. Xiumini is right

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13. 1 is d (21)
2 is b (3/4)
3 is a (1/4)
4 is b (200)
5 is a (n=9.48t)

I know this cause I looked at the answers and tried it and got 1/5 correct. This is what it told me after.

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14. The correct answer are

1.D
2.C
3.B
4.A
5.B

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15. Every single test has different answers, especially in Connexus.
You'll just have to take a guess, in which case as of 11/5/2019, the answers are:
1. D
2. C
3. B
4. A
5. B

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16. D 21
B 3/4
A 1/4
B 200
A n=9.48t

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17. ^^

For those in Algebra l Unit 6 Lesson 2 in connexus (as of 2019, always recheck), these are correct as of now. Cheat/check yourself in peace. :)

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18. Mama

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19. 1. B
2.D
3.B
4.A
5.C

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20. ok so the @anonymous ur 100% right ur answers are just under different letters so just go through them and choose THE RIGHT LETTER with the number he has listed but heres my answers again mine are 100% right but under different letters so PAY ATTENTION and GL!!!!!!
1. D -21
2. B-3/4
3. A- 1/4
4. B- 200
5. A- n=9.48t
if you look at @anonymous' answers the same right numbers but under different letter choices!!!!!

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