- Direct and Inverse Variation
Direct and Inverse Variation Worksheets
Direct and inverse variation worksheets are designed for high schoolers and are divided into subtopics like identifying the type of variation by observing equations, graphs and tables, finding the constant of variation, and much more. The worksheets provide dual levels, level 1 deals with direct and inverse variations, while level 2 deals with direct, inverse, joint and combined variation. A prior knowledge of proportions will definitely be an added advantage. Kick-start your practice with our free worksheets!
Recognize Direct and Inverse Variation
The quintet multiple response pdf worksheets have exercises for learners to observe equations, graphs and recognize the type of variation as direct (linear graph) or inverse (rectangular hyperbola).
Direct and Inverse Variation - Equation
Equations representing the direct variation are in the form y = kx and inverse variation is in the form xy = k. Identify the type of variation in the equations featured in these printable worksheets. Also, find the constant of variation (k).
Direct and Inverse Variation - Table
State whether the table represents a direct variation or inverse variation or neither of them. Find the constant of variation as well.
Constant of Variation - Equation
These high school pdf worksheets feature exercises on finding the constant of variation (k) from the given equations, packed into two levels for easier navigation.
Constant of Variation with the given Values
Find the constant of variation (k) based on the values of the variables in the given statement. Validate your responses with our answer keys.
Find the constant of variations and translate the statements into equations.
Navigate through the printable worksheets here to formulate an equation relating the variables to find the value of the missing entity.
This set of pdf worksheets consist of exercises in tabular format. Find the constant of variation (k) and complete the table.
Direct and Inverse Variation Word Problems
Find 70+ word problems, where the student learns to apply the concept of variation to real-life scenarios.