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# Inverse Variation Models

## Identify and solve y=k/x form equations

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## Inverse Variation Models

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Learn how to solve problems involving inverse variation.
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## Identifying Inverse Variation Equations - Overview

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## Writing Inverse Variation Equations - Overview

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## Proportionality

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## Identifying Inverse Variation Equations - Example 1

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Identifying Inverse Variation Equations Given a Set of Literal Equations
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## Identifying Inverse Variation Equations - Example 2

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Identifying Inverse Variation Equations Given a Set of Graphs
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## Writing Inverse Variation Equations - Example 1

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Graphing Inverse Variation Equations Given the Literal Equation
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## Writing Inverse Variation Equations - Example 2

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Writing Inverse Variation Equations Given One Point
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