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Use with student whiteboards, or paper

Objective- a mini lesson on writing equations based on definitions that use the words directly and inversely proportional

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A is directly proportional to B

A is inveresly proportional to C

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A is directly proportional to B

A is directly proportional to C

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In the equation

A is inveresly proportional to B

A is inveresly proportional to C

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On your whiteboards- practice writing the equations according to the definitions provided.

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weight(w) is directly proportional to mass(m) and directly proportional to acceleration due to gravity(g)

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Pressure(P) is directly proportional to the Force(F)and inversely proportional to the area(A)

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Frequency(f) is inversely proportional to the time(t)

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Acceleration(a) is directly proportional to the Force(F) and inversely proportional to the mass(m)

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Jis directly proportional to the , X directly proportional to the L and inversely proportional to theN

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ANSWERS

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weight(w) is directly proportional to mass(m) and directly proportional to acceleration due to gravity(g)

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w=mg

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Pressure(P) is directly proportional to the Force(F)and inversely proportional to the area(A)

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P=F/A

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Frequency(f) is inversely proportional to the time(t)

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f=1/t

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Acceleration(a) is directly proportional to the Force(F) and inversely proportional to the mass(m)

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