Posted by **Marie** on Wednesday, February 21, 2007 at 11:43pm.

If x varies directly as y62, inversely as z, and inversely as the square root of w, what happens to x when y is multiplied by 3, z is doubled, and w is quadrupled?

I would really appriciate it if someone could help me understand how to do this problem. Thank you!

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