# Is #y/x = 4/3# a direct variation equation and if so what is the constant?

The constant is

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Yes, (y/x = 4/3) is a direct variation equation. The constant of variation, (k), is the ratio of (y) to (x) when both are not zero. In this case, the constant of variation is (k = 4/3).

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