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Unformatted text preview: 2.8 Modeling Using Variation flanking Variatinn i’rohl-ems 1.. Write as; equalities that éeserihes the: given English stat-miter. 2. S'filflfiiéifliif Liar: given pair {themes inns the at; marina in slap % and strive far A“. the swarm]; of venetian. 3. fittinst'étate the value {if ft. “min the equatinn in step .1. 4; Line {tie equating} 15mm step: 3 to answer the problem‘s rguearimn [Ernest Var-Salinas if sitaamn is ri-eserilrert by as age Mine in the fern: gr ‘- his ‘le l; is a Miriam-:- assistant, We say that y varies direftifgy as r U3' 3: is flimfilfiy grtipurtienal tux» The Minibar l: is callers the constant of mainline ifl‘ liar: constant sf m'opartinnnltiig, Inverse Variation Ef a situatina is described. by an squatter; in the term ‘ M J: Jr ” where I: is a mmaem ermfizta‘ltn we say Haas. y varies inversely mm m' y is have rsel'} pmpnrfirmai in 41"i’l'iie n umber S: is relied the ennsmm nil” variation. Fifi-reel Etariatinn with. wise-rs 3- varies ciireetlg as the HE] power of; if there exists same immerse ennsiam 31: met; that v fear”. we salsa an}; lift at y is tin-early mammalian! in the at?! power nix- Solve direct variation problems. Solve inverse variation problems. Solve combined variation problems. Solve problems involving joint variation. OL 33 PFC/OOVl'OnaLLl/i 1. Write an equation that expresses the relationship; then solve for y. Useflr as the constant of variation. x varies directly with y and inversely with the fourth power of z 2:5:3 on“; 2. y varies jointly as x and the squ re root of z and inversely with r cubed. [y=20,when x=2, 2:4, and i=1.TWhat isy,_ when x=3, 2:9, and r:2? derjz ta ,_ <fa‘xrlr'; 3: k Xxl% 3“ t3 a m : k a Li vi: Sfijfii )% 33 $10 : it All) j 19, :l< / r- % 3. The volume of a sphere varies directly with the cube of the radius. llf the volume of a sphere with a radius of 2 inches is 32 ' cubic inchesl what would be the volume of a sphere with. a radius of 6 inche’? -' ,_ 2 V: [<13 Vin 3 ,. I , A r $9517" R l?) 3 f: @117“ 3(3) 91:: k 4. The force that it requires to stretch a spring varies directly with the distance that it is stretched. If a 10 pound force can stretch a spring 8 inches, how much force would it take to stretch the spring 12 inches? F; 4$3>E) ...
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