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Which line plotted here might you obtain if x and y are inversely proportional to each other? http://takeexam.next.ecollege.com/ec/pub /K12Content/Courses/resources/swfs/media/Twelfth_Grade/Science/Unit19282/Lesson75548/HS_PHX_S1_03_02_0200_quz_04.jpg

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  1. rajathsbhat
    • 3 years ago
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    there seems to be a problem with the link :\

  2. rajathsbhat
    • 3 years ago
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    :\ nope.

  3. Fosterthepeople
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  4. rajathsbhat
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    if y is inversely proportional to x, y decreases as x increases & vice-versa right?

  5. Fosterthepeople
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    yes

  6. rajathsbhat
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    so just observe what happens to y in each graph as x increases from 4 to 6. In which graph do you see the value of y decreasing?

  7. Fosterthepeople
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    So a?

  8. rajathsbhat
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    yes. :)

  9. Fosterthepeople
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    THANKS :DD

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