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The graph shows a proportional relationship. Which equation matches the graph?
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0 A y = 2r
0 B. y = 6x 0 c y = %r 0 D y = €
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Hello, okay, so here in this question, were given a graph that looks something something like so all right. So we see this is linear, but looking at the points on the graph well, the first given point is kind of hard to tell exactly where that point is. But looking at we can see the point of 4 comma 2 right. So if this is at 4 to that point on the graph and then we also have the .6 comma 3, so 6 comma 3 would be here so to go from 4 comma 2 to 6 comma 3. Well, we go. We go up 1 unit and then to the right 2 units so up 1 and then to the right 2. So rise…