Q: What do a galaxy and inverse have the same?

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Y=k/x where k is the constant of proportionality is an example of indirect or inverse variation. They are the same thing.

direct means it stays the same while inverse means it will change.

In general the function and it inverse are not the same and do not have the same graph. If we look at a special function f(x)=x, it is equal to its inverse and the graph is the same. Think of the inverse of a function as changing all the x's to y's and vice versa. Well, in the function f(x)=x, all the x's are already y's and vice versa so it is its own invese.

Yes.

A number and its multiplicative inverse have the same sign. So if one is negative, so is the other.

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No. A typical galaxy has billions of stars.

What is the inverse reciprocal of 0.01

The absolute value of a number and its additive inverse are the same.

Y=k/x where k is the constant of proportionality is an example of indirect or inverse variation. They are the same thing.

direct means it stays the same while inverse means it will change.

It is in the same galaxy we are in, The Milky Way.

In general the function and it inverse are not the same and do not have the same graph. If we look at a special function f(x)=x, it is equal to its inverse and the graph is the same. Think of the inverse of a function as changing all the x's to y's and vice versa. Well, in the function f(x)=x, all the x's are already y's and vice versa so it is its own invese.

A multiplicative inverse is the same as a reciprocal. The multiplicative inverse of x is 1/x. So, the multiplicative inverse of 4 is 1/4; or 7 is 1/7 and of 0.2 is 1/0.2 = 5.

Yes.

The Earth and Mars are in the same star system, and therefore are also in the same galaxy.

Our galaxy and the Milky Way are the same galaxy.

milky way galaxy aka. our galaxy, the same one we r in :)