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  • 5 years ago

what is meant by the term 'proportional'.

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  1. anonymous
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    two terms are proportional if one is the constant multiple of the other

  2. anonymous
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    what if increasing the value of x, y also increases.....or if y decreases???

  3. anonymous
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    in such case x and y are directly proportional y = k x where k is constant of proportioanlity

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    if on increasing x , value of y decreases...4 xample y=c-mx.......then ????

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    then both are inverse propotional, y = 1/k xor k = yx

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    mam ...u speak hindi???

  7. anonymous
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    yup

  8. anonymous
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    but my insti teacher do not agree with this point so i think we r going wrong.......

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    whats wrong in that?

  10. anonymous
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    kuch alag logic lagna chaaiye mere khyal se!!!!!!

  11. anonymous
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    be more precise........i mean apna pont clear kuro,actual prob kya hy

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    direct proportion main we get the same ratio for every quotient x/y

  13. anonymous
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    what u said is inverse variation...and thats not the case .imean answer

  14. anonymous
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    can u put an exp?

  15. anonymous
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    y=c-mx

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    c is a constant?

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    yup

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    slpoe-intrcept form equation...

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    c u later ...bye

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