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Time is precious, but we do not know yet how precious it really is. We will only know when we are no longer able to take advantage of it…iii)z varies directly as the square of x and inversely with the square root of y.. So22ykxzyxzExample 1The law of universal gravitation states that the gravitational force F (in newtons)between two objects varies jointly with their masses m1and m2(in kilograms) and inverselywith the square of the distance d (in meters)between the two objects. The constant ofvariation is denoted by G and is called theuniversal gravitational constant. Write anequation for the law of universal gravitationhence estimate the universal gravitationalconstant. Use the Earth and sun facts givenat the right
4)Write an equation for the given relationship.a)x varies inversely with y and directly with z.b)y varies jointly with z and the square root of x.c)w varies inversely with x and jointly with y and z.5)The variable z varies jointly with x and y. Use the given values to write an equation relatingx, y, and z. Then find z when x =-4 and y = 7.(a) X=3, y=8. Z=6(b) X=-12, y=4, z=2(c)? ==
Exercise1)Tell whether x and y show direct variation, inverse variation, or neither?(e)d)xy1.640416512.8203.2

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