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y varies inversely with both x and z. y=3 when x=4 and z=0.05

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  1. Chris2332
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    what's the question?

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  2. darkwarlord
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    Write an equation that describes the following variation.

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  3. Chris2332
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    z = -y/60 and x = -4y/3 => y = -3x/2 -30z

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    its wrong :( but tnx for ur help

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  5. Chris2332
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    So what's the answer then? If you know it's wrong, you must know the answer...

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    xyz=k k=4*3*0.05=0.6 xyz=0.6

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    y varies inversely with both x and z y= k/(xz) thats why xyz=k

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    Nice thanks!

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