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Assume the y varies inversely with x and y = 5 when x = 1.3. Write the indirect variation equation for the relationship. xy = 3.8 xy = 0.26 xy = 6.5

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    well the only one of those equations that is true for y=5 and x=1.3 is the bottom one 5*1.3=6.5

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    thanks:)

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    no problem : )

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