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nyprincess2001

  • one year ago

[4.05] MA.7.A.1.5 Which of the following represents inverse variation?

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  1. nyprincess2001
    • one year ago
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    y divided by x equals negative three-fourths y equals negative two times x y equals ten divided by x y equals one plus x

  2. ColossalMagnitude
    • one year ago
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    The first one would be: |dw:1383608878897:dw| Does that look like inverse variation to you?

  3. nyprincess2001
    • one year ago
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    yes

  4. ColossalMagnitude
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    An inverse variation graph is not linear, so how would that be an inverse variation?

  5. nyprincess2001
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    because it straight

  6. ColossalMagnitude
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    But an inverse variation graph is not linear, and linear means straight, so how would that be an inverse variation?

  7. nyprincess2001
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    it wouldnt be

  8. ColossalMagnitude
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    Okay, good, you are correct. The second one would be: |dw:1383609363352:dw| Does that look like inverse variation to you?

  9. nyprincess2001
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    no

  10. ColossalMagnitude
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    Okay, good, you are correct. The third one would be: |dw:1383609439159:dw| Does that look like inverse variation to you?

  11. nyprincess2001
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    yes

  12. ColossalMagnitude
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    Good, you are correct. So, the answer would be "y equals ten divided by x".

  13. nyprincess2001
    • one year ago
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    wow that was easier than i thought thanks!

  14. ColossalMagnitude
    • one year ago
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    You welcome.

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