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Do the data in the table represent a direct variation or an inverse variation? Write an equation to model the data in the table.

x 1 3 5 10

y 4 12 20 40

a. direct variation; y=4x
b. direct variation; xy=1/4
c. inverse variation; xy=4
d. inverse variation; xy=1/4

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  1. 20 = 4 * 5

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  2. Has anyone found the answer? i cant figure it out :(

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