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x and y vary inversely, and y = 2 when x = 5. Find y when x = 3. A. 0 B. 6 5 C. 10 3 D. 6

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  1. AriPotta Group Title
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    so the choices are 0, 65, 103, or 6?

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  2. Rayvenn.14 Group Title
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    si muchacho

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  3. Rayvenn.14 Group Title
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    ......yes

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    y = k/x

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    2 = k/5 can you solve for k?

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    yea 10

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    sorry lol. y = 10/x

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  8. Rayvenn.14 Group Title
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    ooooh okaay

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    y = 10/3

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  10. Rayvenn.14 Group Title
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    okayyyy

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    i'm guessing 103 is actually 10/3?

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  12. Rayvenn.14 Group Title
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    okay so c?

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    i guess so

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  14. Rayvenn.14 Group Title
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    aiqht good enuf lol

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    the answer choice (c) 10 3 is most likely supposed to read "10/3" but the fraction line didn't paste in well.

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    so, yeah, (c)

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