This video tutorial shows how to solve inverse proportions. The tutor says that in inverse proportion it works differently than in the direct proportion. He says that in inverse proportion more means less or less means more. He uses the example of driving a car to illustrate his idea. He says that if you drive a car with more speed, you take less time to reach a place i.e. here more speed means less time. He goes on and solves a problem involving inverse proportion explaining how to solve these kind of problems generally. This video gives a good introduction to inverse proportions and how to solve them.
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