Q. 145.0( 2 Votes )
If two quantities and p and q vary inversely with each other, then
A. remains constant.
B. p + q remains constant.
C. p × q remains constant.
D. p - q remains constant.
If two quantities p and q vary inversely with each other, then p×q remains constant.
Since, in inverse proportion, an increase in p cause a proportional decrease in q and vice-a-versa.
Hence, option(c) is correct.
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