Table of Contents

- 1 What type of proportion shows that as one quantity increases the other quantity increases also?
- 2 When one quantity increases while the other quantity decreases What is an example of it?
- 3 What do we call when the other quantity increases the other quantities increases as well?
- 4 Which relations between two quantities States if one quantity increases the other also increases?
- 5 What is a function which occurs between two quantities where one increases when the other increases and decreases when the other decreases?
- 6 When do two quantities increase in direct proportion?
- 7 What happens when two variables are multiplied by the same constant?

## What type of proportion shows that as one quantity increases the other quantity increases also?

Direct Proportion

Direct Proportion In simple words, if one quantity increases, the other quantity also increases and vice-versa. For example, if the speed of a car is increased, it covers more distance in a fixed amount of time. In notation, the direct proportion is written as y ∝ x.

**When one quantity increases the other quantity also increases at the same rate and vice versa?**

The opposite of inversely proportional is directly proportional. It means when an increase in one quantity brings an increase in the other and vice versa then they are said to be directly proportional.

### When one quantity increases while the other quantity decreases What is an example of it?

But when quantities X and Y are inversely proportional to each other or in the inverse proportion, one quantity decreases when the other quantity increases or when one quantity increases the other quantity decreases. It is also known as inverse variation. The ratio of these values varies inversely.

**When things increase other increases?**

In general, direct variation suggests that two variables change in the same direction. As one variable increases, the other also increases, and as one decreases, the other also decreases. In contrast, inverse variation suggests that variables change in opposite directions.

## What do we call when the other quantity increases the other quantities increases as well?

When two quantities are proportional, it means that as one quantity increases the other will also increase and the ratio of the quantities is the same for all values.

**When one quantity is increased the other quantity is also increased?**

Answer: When two quantities X and Y increasetogether or decrease together, they are said to be directly proportional or they are in direct proportion with each other. It is also known as a direct variation.

### Which relations between two quantities States if one quantity increases the other also increases?

Directly proportional: as one amount increases, another amount increases at the same rate.

**When one quantity is increased the other quantity is also increased this proportion is called * 1 point?**

## What is a function which occurs between two quantities where one increases when the other increases and decreases when the other decreases?

**When is one quantity increases the other quantity decreases?**

When one quantity increases the other quantity increases too. When one quality decreases the other quantity decreases too. The corresponding ratios always remain constant. It is also called a direct variation. Let’s say: X is directly proportional to Y here.

### When do two quantities increase in direct proportion?

When two quantities X and Y increase together or decrease together, they are said to be directly proportional or they are in direct proportion with each other. It is also known as a direct variation. The ratio of these values will remain constant.

**When are quantities x and Y inversely proportional to each other?**

But when quantities X and Y are inversely proportional to each other or in the inverse proportion, one quantity decreases when the other quantity increases or when one quantity increases the other quantity decreases. It is also known as inverse variation. The ratio of these values varies inversely. 3.

## What happens when two variables are multiplied by the same constant?

So, if two variables vary directly and one variable is multiplied by a constant, then the other variable is also multiplied by the same constant. If one variable doubles, the other doubles; if one triples, the other triples; if one is cut in half, so is the other.