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Math 7 - Module 1A - Lesson 3 - Prove Proportional or Not

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Show if a data set is proportional or non-proportional. Use/Find k, the Constant of Proportionality (k = y/x) to a) prove if proportional or non-proportional b) find missing data co-ordinate by substituting into y = kx
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