I'm pretty sure the answer is: C= de3k/ √m (C equals d times e cubed times k, divided by the square root of m).
Yes it does. That's correct.
The resistance of a wire varies inversely to its cross-sectional area.
Then b = kc3/d2 where k is some positive constant.
The gravitational force varies directly as the mass and inversely as the square of the distance.
I am assuming that k is the constant of proportionality so that f = k*a*t/b2 = 3*4*6/22 = 18
Altitude varies pressure and temperature varies inversely with pressure.
This varies inversely with the amount of impurities.
The electric field around an electric charge varies inversely as the square of the distance to the charge.
It depends on the difference of the charges of the 2 objects and varies inversely with the square of the distance between the objects.
The law is that the attraction between electric charges is inversely proportional to the square of the distance. Note that the way the force varies with distance is identical to the gravitational force, which also follows an inverse-square law.
Suppose the amount of radiation that could be received from a microwave oven varies inversely as the square of the distance from it. How many feet away must you stand to reduce your potential radiation exposure to the amount you could receive standing 1 foot away?
y varies jointly with x and z if: when x is held fixed, y varies with z and when z is held fixed, y varies with x. Bothe x and z may vary together.
Inversely with its price.
It is true.
The statement "y varies inversely as the square of x" means that in function form y(x) = k/x2, where k is an (initially) unknown constant. The second condition can be written in algebraic form as 4 = k/32 ; or k = 4 X 9 = 36; Then y(2) = 36/22 = 9.
q = k*r^3/(s*sqrt(t))
y varies inversely as x2 so y = c/x2 for some constant c. When x = 5, y = 4 So c = x2y = 100 that is y = 100/x2 Then, when x = 2, y = 100/4 = 25
boyle??? not sure though
Y = K (z/x)
Robert Boyle's Law: At constant temperature, the volume of a gas varies inversely with its pressure.