Y=5x+8. is this a direct variation?

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None liner bro because
Will give is this a strong positive linear association or something else?

d≈7.07in

step-by-step explanation:

No, it's not. Y has to have a direct variation with x. The equation for direct variation is y=kx. If the equation was y=5x, then it would be direct variation, but since it has two constants in the equation, it is not a direct variation. Hope this helps. 


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