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In direct variation always remember sweetie that one variable is multiplied by a constant and increases, another variable (the quotient) also increases.
in variation sweetie we have different types of it. first is direct variaton
The equations expressing inverse variation take the form xy = k, where k is a constant, as well as y = k/x..
Inverse variation is a relationship between variables so that as one variable decreases the other variable increases.
next is Inverse Variation
when we say joint variation sweet heart it is The relationship between distance, rate, and time in motion problems is a good example of joint variation.
Joint variation is a relationship between three variables, where one variable varies directly as the product of two or more variables.
then darling the next one is Joint Variation
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