Inverse Relationship

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The inverse variation is when the value of two variables change in an opposite manner. As one value increases, the other decreases. Inverse variation is when one variable increases, the other variable decreases. If t decreases, the P value increases. a) Write an inverse variation that models the relationship between t (time) and P ( pressure).Ans: t = k/P where the variable k is the constant of proportionality.b) Suppose a tank has enough air to last 60 minutes at the surface. The pressure is 1 atm at the surface. Solve for k.Ans: t = k/P Solve for kStep

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