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Q: Acceleration is directly proportional or inversly proportional or relatively proportional force?

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Depends what u mean by that. If it is free falling it would obviously be accelerating at 9.8m/s^2. If there is an incline then it depends. I believe acceleration is directly proportional to velocity though.

inversly proportional

force = mass * acceleration then mass and acceleration is inversly proportional. Actually mass is constant but when the speed increases the mass become less since acceleration and velocity is directly propotional thus acceleration increases too.....thx..with best regards..

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x is inversely proportional to y when x = 1/y.

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inversly proportional to each other

they are usually inversly proportional

it is inversly proportional to the squar of distance between them.....(1/r2) and is directly proportional to the product of their masses.....(m1*m2) where m1 is the mass of 1st object ... and m2 is the mass of second object....

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current flow is proportional to the voltage and inversly proportional to the resistance

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