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Unformatted text preview: Math 1650 Homework Solutions Jason Snyder, PhD. Page 1 of 6 Â§ 1.11 2 â€“ 22 (even), 24, 30, 36, 40, 42 Solutions 1 â€“ 12 Write an equation the expresses the statement 2) P is directly proportional to w . = ?Â¡ 4) w is jointly proportional to m and n . Â¡ = ??? 6) P varies inversely as T . = ? ? 8) A is proportional to the square of t and inversely proportional to the cube of x . = ?? 2 Â¢ 3 10) S is jointly proportional to the square roots of r and . Â£ = ? Â¤ 12) A is jointly proportional to the square roots of x and y . = ? Â¥ Â¢Â¦ 13 â€“ 22 Express the statement as an equation. Use the given information to tfind the constant of proportionality. 14) z varies inversely as t . If t = 3, then z = 5. Â§ = ? ? k = 15. Math 1650 Homework Solutions Jason Snyder, PhD. Page 2 of 6 16) S varies jointly as p and q . If p = 4 and q = 5, then S = 180. ? = Â¡Â¢? k = 9. 18) t is jointly proportional to x and y and inversely proportional to r . If x = 2, y = 3, and r = 12, then t = 25. ? = Â¡Â£? Â¤ k = 50. 20) H is jointly proportional to the squares of l and w . If l = 2 and w = 1/3. then H =36. = Â¡ Â¥Â¦Â§ 2 k = 81....
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