6.4.A Compare two rules in the algebraic form to differentiate between relationships

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6.4.A: Proportionality

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- Q1Which statement describes the relationship between x and y in these two equations? y = 2x y = x + 2In y = 2x and in y = x + 2, the value of y is 2 more than the value of x.In y = 2x and in y = x + 2, the value of y is twice the value of x.In y = 2x the value of y is 2 more than the value of x, and in y = x + 2 the value of y istwice the value of x.In y = 2x the value of y is twice the value of x, and in y = x + 2 the value of y is 2 morethan the value of x.60s6.4.A: ProportionalityEditDelete
- Q2After school Penelope and her friends go to the candy store. They buy various bags of candy between 4 of them and when split equally it cost them $1.25 each. Which equation can you use to find the total cost (c) of the candy.$1.25 x 4 = c$1.25 x c = 44c = $1.28c/4 = $1.2560s6.4.A: ProportionalityEditDelete
- Q3Which expression represents the pattern in this sequence? 7, 14, 21, 28, 35n + 77/nn - 77n60s6.4.A: ProportionalityEditDelete