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How are the concepts of direct, inverse, and joint variation used in everyday life? Provide an example of each. Please

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  1. imranmeah91 Group Title
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    agdg got it

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    Direct variation: the more hours you work, the higher your paycheck once your time is due. The more you drive, the more gas you consume. I could go on.

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    Inverse variation: As you accumulate more work/kids, you have fewer free time for yourself.

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    Joint variation: The price of a house depends on lots of features such as its size, location, etc.

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    1.Select the fabric. Fabric choice will depend greatly on what kind of costume the cape is being use with. For example, capes for superheroes should be made from a light fabric, while capes for kings and queens can be made from rich velvets or furs. You should have enough fabric to completely wrap the person who is wearing it from neck to knee. 2.Iron the fabric. This makes it much easier to cut and sew. 3.Cut the fabric. First, lay it out flat. Then, pin the pattern to the fabric. With a cape, it shouldn’t matter to which side of the fabric you pin it. Finally, cut out around the pattern. 4.Sew the cape. Turn the top edge under about an inch and sew along the bottom of the fold. Turn all the other edges under and hem them. 5.Apply the finishing touches. Thread a ribbon or cord through the top edge to tie the cape shut. Decorate the cape using ribbons, sequins, glitter, or other materials. Which step would tell you how to create a pattern for the cape? A. step 1 B. step 3 C. step 4 D. The answer is not available

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    Stealing somebody's question, not cool :(

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    step 2

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    dude not fair no one helps me but when u guys need help gosh i have to do it quick or ealse

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    there is no step 2 wtf

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    Can someone get back to the question at hand. I would like the help from agdgdgdgwngo only. Thank you.

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    Thank you agdgdgdgwngo for your help.

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