## Math Box: Inverse-Square Relationships

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Learning Goal: To understand and use inverse-square relationships.
Two quantities have an inverse-square relationship if y is inversely proportional to the square of x. We write the mathematical relationship as
y = A/x2.
Here, A is a constant. This relationship is sometimes written as

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