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Q:
# Melissa believes the following graph shows direct variation. What is Melissa’s error?The graph is not a linear function.The rate change is not constant.The function does not pass through the origin.A function with direct variation cannot have a negative slope.

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A:

Hi there!

The function doesn't pass through the origin.

Any direct variation function must pass through the origin.

Hope this helps!

The function doesn't pass through the origin.

Any direct variation function must pass through the origin.

Hope this helps!