Direct and Inverse Proportions - NCERT Class 8 Maths

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The chapter 13 begins with an introduction to Direct and Inverse Proportions by citing situations in our day-to-day life, where variation in one quantity bringing in variation in the other to delve into the subject of interest.After this , Direct Proportion is explained by stating some real-life scenario and there are some related examples to dig deep into it.Similarly, Inverse Proportion i.e if one quantity increases, the other quantity decreases and vice versa, is also discussed in the same manner with some real-life examples and both of them have some exercise problems to work on.

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