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Substitute known values into the equation to find the unknown. Example: Solving a Direct Variation Problem. The quantity y varies directly with the cube of x. If y = ...

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Real life example of direct variation. You are probably familiar with lighting. The distance that you are from lighting and the time it takes you to hear thunder could  ...

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...and the constant of variation is k = π. This formula is an example of "direct" variation."Direct variation" means that, in the one term of the formula, the ...

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Here are some examples of direct and inverse variation: Direct: The number of dollars I make varies directly (or you can say varies proportionally) with how much I ...

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If I buy 10 gallons, the price is \$30. In this example the total cost of milk and the number of gallons purchased are subject to direct variation -- the ratio of the cost to ...

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Direct Variation. If one quantity increases (or decreases) each time another quantity increases (or decreases), the two quantities are ...

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From the graph we can see whether the value of k is positive or negative. Example. Find the constant of variation and ...

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*Graph the direct variations! Page 4. Examples: Suppose y varies directly as x. When x ...

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Jan 5, 2015 ... HERE are a few examples from my textbook The mass of the sugar increases when the number of sugar increases Here you can conclude that ...

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Since k is constant (the same for every point), we can find k when given any point by dividing the y-coordinate by the x-coordinate. For example, if y varies directly ...