This is a video tutorial in the Education category where you are going to learn how to master inverse proportions in Algebra. Inverse proportions have a different rule; more means less or less means more. Let us understand this with an example. It took 175 minutes to drive to the cottage at 80 kmph. If we drive at 100 kmph instead, how long will it take? Here the speed of travel is more but the time taken to complete the journey will be less. So, this is a more means less kind of inverse proportion. You can watch the video for more examples.
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