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Please help ! WILL BECOME FAN AND GIVE MEDAL. For the inverse variation function y = (where x, k > 0), what happens to the value of y as the value of x increases?

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    y= what ?

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    Doesn't say. But there is answer choices. A. increases B. decreases C. increases then decreases D. decreases then increases

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    do you mean y=x^k when x,k>0 ?

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  4. cheyennekm Group Title
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    I just copied the question because I didn't understand it. That's exactly how they put it

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  5. amoodarya Group Title
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    if it is : (y=x^k) A is correct

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    I will try and let you know what happens. Thank you

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