Constant of Variation

Constant of Variation

Author: Graham Pardun
This lesson defines the phrase constant of variation.
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The Constant of Variation

The constant of variation is the constant by which one variable is multiplied to get the other variable in a linear relationship. Now that your eyes are glazed over, check out this video so I can show you what I’m talking about!