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y varies inversely as twice x. When x = 2, y = 5. Find y when x = 10

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inversely think division directly think multiplication Your problem says inversely So you want to do division y=k/what?
k is a constant by the way
what goes in the denominator?

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I forgot the formula though
what does twice x mean?
two times X
right so that part is the answer to my question
\[y=\frac{k}{2x}\]
What is K though?
Now plug in 2 for x and 5 for y and solve for k This number k is a constant so what you get is what k will always be no matter what x and y are
OH!! Ok thanks:D
Feel free to let me know what you get for k And I will give you a thumbs up or a thumbs down k?
K=20
Brilliant! *puts thumbs up*
How do I solve the other part where it say find Y when X=10 though
So we have \[y=\frac{20}{2x}\] Plug in x for 10 Simplify and evaluate to get y
And you are done after that Congrats
Y= 1
yep
YAY:D Thank you sooo much
np

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