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Solving Equations Involving Variation

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If y varies directly with x, which of the following equations represents this relationship between y and x?

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1. If y varies inversely with x, which of the following equations represent the relationship between y and x?

2. Which of the following are the correct steps we use when solving equations involving variation?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Inside this combination of a quiz and worksheet, you are looking at equations with variation. Questions ask you about direct variations possible between 'y' and 'x,' as well as practice problems involving variations.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Expect to find the following topics in the quiz questions:

  • Inverse variation
  • Direct variation
  • Steps in solving equations
  • Practice problems with variation

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - remember what you have learned about inverse variation
  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer questions about direct variation
  • Problem solving - utilize your skills to solve practice problems involving variation

Additional Learning

To find out more about these equations, go to the lesson titled Solving Equations Involving Variation. Inside, you can find the following extra material:

  • Constant of variation
  • Direct vs. inverse
  • More practice problems
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