# Which statement best explains if the graph correctly represents the proportional relationship y = 3.5x? A graph of a coordinate plane is shown. Points are graphed at 1 and 3.5 and 2 and 7. The points are joined by a line. It does, the points shown on the line would be part of y = 3.5x. It does not, proportions cannot be represented on a graph. It does not, the points shown on the line would not be part of y = 3.5x. It does, all proportions can be shown on the graph of this line. It does, the points shown on the line would be part of Step-by-step explanation:

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we know that

A relationship between two variables, x, and y, represent a proportional variation if it can be expressed in the form or In a proportional relationship the constant of proportionality k is equal to the slope m of the line and the line passes through the origin

In this problem we have The slope is equal to ------> is a positive slope

The line passes through the origin

therefore

This linear equation represent a proportional variation

Verify the values of the points of the graph with the equation

For  -----> is correct

For  -----> is correct 