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    please help me @inkyvoyd

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    @ASAAD123 please help me this is my last question

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    pure

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    r u sure

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    can u help me with 1 more

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    r u sure

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    pure quadratic equation, I am sure

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    @ASAAD123

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    directly

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    100% sure

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    like on yo mama's grave 100% sure?

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    @ASAAD123

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    sure

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    @inkyvoyd is he right is it directly

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    uhh

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    yeh

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    uhh yess or uhh noo or uhh i dont knoww

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    yes? 100% sure

  26. inkyvoyd
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    no one can be 100% sure. You ought to just use your own brain if you want to be 100% sure. That being said, if the area of a rectangle is length times width, as the area increases, of the length is kept constant, the width must increase directly proportionally. That is what that formula is.

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    but if u had to chose would u choose directly

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    I already chose directly... if you read what I said closely, and think about what happens when the area of a rectangle goes up but the length stays the same, you'll realize that if the area doubles, the width has to double. By definition, A varies proportionally with w, and vice versa.

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