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Homework Help: Science

Posted by Matt on Tuesday, July 13, 2010 at 1:14pm.

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1.) If a quantity increases as a second quantity increases and decreases as the second quantity decreases the two quantities are said to be

*a)Directly proportional
b)Inversely proportional
c)Completely unrelated
d)Blue and red

2.) If a quantity increases as a second quantity decreases and decreases as the second quantity increases, the two quantities are said to be

a)Directly proportional
*b)Inversely proportional
c)Completely unrelated
d)Blue and red

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