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What does the graph look like of an indirect variation equation look like?

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  1. I<3Fun
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    :P

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  2. heisenberg
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    is that the same as an inverse? it is where as one variable increases, the other variable decreases. thus the graph always has a negative slope.

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    - - - - - - - - -

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    hmmmm those explainations kinda confused me more but i think i have a better idea! (:

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    as x increases, y decreases.

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    y=k/x , where k is a constant , a hyperbola the graph.png is a reasonable drawing dumbcows's picture was probably a bit confusing because it looked like an exponential decay

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    ...and it was done in ASCII :)

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  8. I<3Fun
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    ya his drawing was kind of confusing ^_^ but thanks helped alot :D a little late, but still helped :)

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