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What is direct variation? A function with a formula of y= kx^n, with k not= 0 and n is greater than 0
What does inverse-square variation explain? It explains why astronauts are almost weightless in space.
What is the formula for the Power of a Product Property? y2= k(c^nx^n)
What is the function of the direct variation graph? y=kx
What point does each parabola pass through? (0,0)
What is a horizontal asymptope? The graph of y=kx and y=kx^2
What is a mathematical model? The description of a situation using the language and concepts of mathematics
What is the converse fundamental theorem? y varies directly as the nth power of x. That is, y=kx^n
What is a combined variation? When direct and inverse variations occur together.
Created by: PBenn87