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# Solve simple problems involving inverse proportion(VCMNA327)

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Know:

• What a fraction is.
• How to rearrange a formula to change the subject
• Understand terminology such as squared, doubled and halved
• The inverse operation to a certain operation

Understand:

• That inverse proportion shows a relationship between 2 variables where when one variable increases the other variable decreases.

Do:

• I can solve simple problems involving inverse proportions.

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# Visual Representations

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# Notes

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### Inverse proportion is when 1 quantity increases while another quantity decreases. This is said to be inversely proportional.

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### In this example, the 2 variables are “x” and “y” with “k” being the constant of proportionality. This is the factor for how much 1 variable is affected by another variable.

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# Worked Examples

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