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What is Inverse Variation
In this section I will explain to you what Inverse Variation is. Before we look at more abstract questions where I will show you how to find the equation with Inverse Variation, I will revise your understanding of Inverse Proportion. It is important for you to realise that inverse proportion is the same as inverse variation. So have a look at the next maths video during your maths revision where I will explain to you what inverse proportion is. I will also explain to you what the graph looks like of Inverse Proportion and Variation.
