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Q: What is inversly proportional?

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Directly proportional, since the higher the force the higher the acceleration for a given mass

they are usually inversly proportional

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gravity is directly proportional to the product of any two masses and inversly proportional to the square of distance between them.

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

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voltage is inversly proportional to speed speed and current are directly proportional to each other but voltage and current are directly proportional to each other..

gravitation is inversly proportional to weaight

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.

Pressure is usually inversly proportional to volume, but proportional to temperature. All other things being equal, higher temperatures result in higher pressure, wheras higher volumes result in lower pressure.

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