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# Class Note for MATH 1310 at UH 2

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Date Created: 02/06/15
Inverse Variation For two quantities x and y if there is a constant k such that k 79 We say V varies inverselv as x or V is inverselv proportional to x Section 33 7 L2 7 Page 1 of6 Example 6 P varies inversely as t If t 10 then P 8 Express the statement as a formula Use the given information to find the constant of proportionality Make sure you restate your formula with the constant value plugged in Section 33 7 L2 7 Page 2 of6 Section 33 7 L2 7 Page 3 of6 Example 7 Z varies inversely as the square root of y If y 36 then Z 4 a Write a formula to express the situation b Find the constant of proportionality c Find the value of Z when 2 64 Section 33 7 L2 7 Page 4 of6 Example 8 The frequency of a Vibrating string varies inversely as its length That is a longer string Vibrates fewer times in a second than a shorter string Suppose a piano string 2 feet long Vibrates 250 cycles per second What frequency would a string 5 feet long have Section 33 7 L2 7 Page 5 of6 Example 9 The illumination produced by a light source varies inversely as the square of the distance from the source If the illumination produced 1 meter from a certain light source is 768 footcandles find the illumination produced 6 meters from the same source Section 33 7 L2 7 Page 6 of6

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