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y varies inversely with twice the value of x. When y=10 x=3. Determine Y whe X=5 I got Y=12
yup correct :)
I answeres that and it said I got that wrong

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y = k/2x 10 = k/2(3) 10 = k/6 k = 60 when x = 5 y = 60/2(5) y = 60/10 sorry you were wring
wrong*
you forgot to multiply 5 by 2
OHHH I see what I did
good work though ^_^ you were close :)
Ya I had just learned how to do it... so I got confused
wow..took me a lot of practice to get this one too!
Yeah! I find it wierd how there is a lot of people looking a this post yet no one else is typing
We're learning ;)
Haha! I know I was just making a joke cause it is like your watching my conversation lol
well it's also respect :S when someone's teaching..others tend to let them teach and just intervene when something goes wrong
Exactly. :)
Well that too
:D I am going to close this question now
by all means

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