**The graphical representation of a function that represents direct proportionality is actually the ability to express an algebraic expression through a graph. Since it's a direct proportionality, the graph will be that of a straight line.**

The graphical representation of a function that represents direct proportionality is actually the ability to express an algebraic expression through a graph.

As it is a direct proportionality, the graph will be of a straight line.

A function that represents direct proportionality is a linear function of the family $y=ax+b$.

The graphical representation of this function is a straight line that is ascending, descending, or parallel to the $X$ axis but never parallel to the $Y$ axis.

Note: we observe the line from left to right.

We can now recognize in the equation of the line what the graphical representation of each function looks like:

(only when the equation is explicit $Y$ is isolated on one side and its coefficient is $1$)