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9-109.

Find at least six $\left(x, y\right)$ pairs for the rule $\frac { y } { x } = \frac { 7 } { 2 }$ and organize them into a table like the one below. Be sure to use positive and negative numbers.

Can you find fractions that are equivalent to seven-halves? You can use the Giant One or any other method you like.

It is also likely that multiples of $7$ and $2$ will produce an ordered pair following the rule $\frac{7}{2}$.

Just be sure that if you pick one multiple, the other multiple corresponds.
For instance, $7$ times $5$ is $35$, so to form an ordered pair we need to find the fifth multiple of $2$.

 x y $-2$ $1$ $4$ $-7$ $3.5$ $14$

Some possible pairs are listed in the table above.
Can you find more pairs to complete the table?
Remember to use negative numbers too!