# Algebra

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Hi!!!

I didn't understand these problem, so I was wondering if you could explain how to do them for me. I was going to ask the teacher but she had already left the campus.

Thank You!!

Questions:

When an increase in the value of one variable quantity corresponds to a decrease in the value of another, the two quantities are _____ related.

When an increase in the value of one variable quantity corresponds to an increase on the value of another, the two quantities are ____ related.

When a decrease in the value of one variable quantity corresponds to a decrease in the value of another, the two quantities are ______ related.

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