Variation

General Maths Units 1 and 2 (2023+)

Welcome

Learning objectives

Recap of past learning

Inversely proportional to

Example 1

Turning a curve into a straight line

Example 2

Example 3

Example 4

Example 5

Lesson Objectives: Reviewed

Final words and summary

This is the second video in the series looking at Variation for the Year 11 General Maths (Units 1 and 2) course here in Australia, but used throughout the world. Building on the last video which looked at Direct Variation, I look at how data might look if it is inversely proportional. I show how to the find constant of proportionality and use the CAS to show how this whole process works. There are a number of worked examples showing how to apply this to exam and real world problems. And there is some humour thrown in there too.

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