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Q: What is the inverse variation equation?

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The equation is xy = 22.5

No. This is not true. It is false. The equation is an example of direct variation.

The equation is xy = k where k is the constant of variation. It can also be expressed y = k over x where k is the constant of variation.

Two variables, x and y are in inverse variation if x*y = c for some constant c. The equation can be written in the form y = c/x.

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If y varies with x, then there cannot be an inverse variation between x and y!

y = k/x of xy = k where k is a constant.

The inverse variation is the indirect relationship between two variables. The form of the inverse variation is xy = k where k is any real constant.

If a variable X is in inverse variation with a variable Y, then it is in direct variation with the variable (1/Y).

Which of the following is an example of inverse variation?4x =zy =2xxy=7xz=z

The equation is xy = 5*9 = 45 Alternatively, y = 45/x

Inverse variation does not pass through the origin, however direct variation always passes through the origin.

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