Posted by **Jake** on Sunday, October 2, 2011 at 5:07pm.

Find the constant of proportionality for the following situation: "y is jointly proportional to x and z and inversely proportional to w."

w=2, x=5, y=4, and z=9

So i think the equation is y=xz/w

But what is the constant of proportionalit supposed to mean?

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