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Which table represents a direct variation function?

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Which table represents a direct variation function?

[tex]I WILL GIVE BRAINLIEST! Which table represents a direct variation function?[/tex]

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Step-by-step explanation:

second one is the answer

Okay, so the y-intercept in the graph is 4. In a function, when x=0, the y-coordinate is the y-intercept.

Table #1: (0,3)

Table #2: (0,2)

Table #3: (0,5)

Table #4: (0,4)

Table #5: (0,-7)

5 is the only y-intercept given that is greater than 4, which is the y-intercept of the line in the graph.

Table #3 (the third table down) represents a linear function with a y-intercept greater than that of the function represented in the graph.

Hope this helps!

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step-by-step explanation:

Given:

One linear function represented by the table.

Another linear function represented by the graph.

To find:

The greater unit rate and greater y-intercept.

Solution:

Formula for slope (unit rate):

[tex]m=\dfrac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}[/tex]

From the given table it is clear that the linear function passes through (0,5) and (5,15). The function intersect the y-axis at (0,15), so the y-intercept is 15.

[tex]m_1=\dfrac{15-5}{5-0}[/tex]

[tex]m_1=\dfrac{10}{5}[/tex]

[tex]m_1=2[/tex]

So, the unit rate of first function is 2.

From the given graph it is clear that the linear function passes through (0,6) and (-4,0). The function intersect the y-axis at (0,6), so the y-intercept is 6.

[tex]m_2=\dfrac{0-6}{-4-0}[/tex]

[tex]m_2=\dfrac{-6}{-4}[/tex]

[tex]m_2=\dfrac{3}{2}[/tex]

So, the unit rate of first function is [tex]\dfrac{3}{2}[/tex].

Now,

[tex]2\dfrac{3}{2}[/tex]

[tex]m_1m_2[/tex]

And,

[tex]156[/tex]

Therefore, the greater unit rate of the two functions is 2. The greater y-intercept of the two functions is 15.

right side top one represents the linear function

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step-by-step explanation:

rulers and compasses arent required in order to bisect an angle because when bisecting angles, you're making a "half circle" and considering in order to bisect an angle it wouldn't be straight, you wouldn't need either of the two

the first three graphs represent linear functions.

Step-by-step explanation:

The last graph is NOT a linear function because two of the x points are the same number, but end up with different y points (The two 1's have different y-points)

furthermore, the first three graphs all create linear graphs.

hope this helps

b hope it helps have a great day

The one in the middle you can tell because when x=0 that is the y intercept and the graph had a y intercept of 4 and the middle graph had 5

The greater unit rate of the two functions is 2.

The greater y-intercept of the two functions is 6.

Step-by-step explanation:

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