Identify the constant ratio in each representation.x | y1 | -22 | -6

Chardonnay Felix 2021-01-08 Answered

Identify the constant ratio in each representation.
x|y 1|2   2|6

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Answered 2021-01-09 Author has 93 answers

The constant ratio is the ratio of a term and its preceding term.
In the table, the x-value is the term number and the y-value is the term value.
Since the table has the point (1,2), then the first term is g1=2.
Since the table has the point (2,6), then the second term is g2=6.
The constant ratio is then r=g2g1=62=3.

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