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Q: How do you do a direct variation with an inverse variation problem?

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Suppose the two variables are denoted by X and Y. If Y is a constant multiple of X, that is Y = c*X, then the variation is direct. If the value of X*Y is a constant, that is Y = c/X, then the variation in inverse.

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.

The equation is xy = 22.5

A hyperbola.

Direct variation is not a special case.

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Direct variation is the ratio of two variable is constant. Inverse variation is when the product of two variable is constant. For example, direct variation is y = kx and indirect variation would be y = k/x .

No, this is an inverse variation.

Direct

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

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Suppose the two variables are denoted by X and Y. If Y is a constant multiple of X, that is Y = c*X, then the variation is direct. If the value of X*Y is a constant, that is Y = c/X, then the variation in inverse.

im not say that defferent.my question is inverse variation as a proportion.pls answerbecause i dont know the answer

direct varation is when both x and y rise and decrease by the same number. inverse is when x or y decreases, the other one increases by the same number

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

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Inverse: as x increases so y diminishes and vice-versa.

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.

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