Inversely proportional


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See Directly proportional, under Directly, and Inversion, 4.

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Self-emotions are inversely proportional to objectivity.
Instead, this musical gives more weight to scenes and characters that do not advance the story or have no place in the fictive world whatsoever-stagnant song numbers and supporting roles whose contributions to the plot are inversely proportional to their stage time.
Weinberg asserts that: Many of these so-called sales experts lack clients, credibility, and a track record of helping sellers achieve breakthrough results; The number of "likes" a sales improvement article receives is often inversely proportional to its accuracy or helpfulness to the typical seller or sales team.
In GNSS reflectometry, the intensity of the satellite signal is inversely proportional to the roughness of the surface, so the stronger the ocean waves, the weaker the reflected signal.
His rise is inversely proportional to Naidu's political fortunes.
The two are inversely proportional, if one increases, the other will decrease.
"Talent is inversely proportional to the amount of exposed flesh" Barrie Ellis, of Eastbourne, in a letter to the Daily Mail.
"Talent is inversely proportional to the amount of exposed flesh" - Barrie Ellis, of Eastbourne, in a letter to the Daily Mail.
In this final score, the speed and shot quality are directly proportional to Power Speks while the twist is inversely proportional. Spektacom wants to associate this new measurement unit with batting statistics henceforth so that it becomes more of a standard unit toquantify a shot.
Moreover, the processing cost of the petcoke is inversely proportional to its sulfur content in the petcoke.
The amplitude of the peak is inversely proportional to absorbed dose up to 100 kGy.