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# What is true about two quantities that are directly proportional to one another?

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Yes, PE=Mgh M=mass g=9.81 H=Height

### Is it true that the graph of a proportional relationship does not include the origin?

It is true in the case of inversely proportional relationship.

### Inversely Proportional indirect Some things are not always directly proportional. If as one fact increases another number fact decreases at a constant rate then the numbers are said to be inversely pr?

if two same charg are bring to each other in some force they are repell,it is called inversely propotional.it is true or not?give a correect answer

### What is true about ratios for proportional relationships that is not true about ratios for other relationships?

For proportional relationships the ratio is a constant.

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