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    inverse proportion,,,realy ned to solve these!

    n is inversely proportional to m
    when m=25, n=14
    m 25 28
    n 14 27

    b is inversely proportional to a2
    when a =4, b=36
    a 4 10 8
    b 36


    q is inversely proportional to p3
    when p= 5, q=5
    p 5 8
    q 5 8


    y is inversely propotional to x
    when x =12, y = 6
    x 12 1
    y 6 1.2
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    Re: inverse proportion,,,realy ned to solve these!

    Here is the answer. I've attached it as a pdf file.
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    Re: inverse proportion,,,realy ned to solve these!

    Thanks Natalie
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    Re: inverse proportion,,,realy ned to solve these!

    You're welcome!
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