Answer :

(i) Yes, all these are equations of the form y = mx, where m is a real number and m = 1,2,-2,3,-3 respectively in the above equations.


(ii) Yes, all these are graphs passing through the origin, i.e., pt. A in every graph


(iii) we can conclude that every graph of type y = mx passes through origin, where m is a real number.


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