Q: An inverse relationship has what type of slope?

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The slope of an inverse relationship

A direct relationship if the slope of the line is positive. An inverse relationship if the slope of the line is negative.

If a line has a slope m then a line perpendicular to it has a slope -1/m ( negative inverse). For example if a line has slope positive 2, its perpendicular has slope -1/2

Points slope down as it moves to the right

A line does not have an inverse!

Write the equation of the line in the standrad form: y = mx + c The slope of this line is m The inverse of the slope is then 1/m. Note, that for a line perpendicular to the first, you need the negative inverse, not just the inverse. And the negative inverse of m is -1/m.

Never.

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Sodium and potassium have an inverse relationship. In an inverse relationship, two things are opposite and react to each other.

Since the inverse of a function is it's reflection over the line x=y, which has a slope of 1. The only way a function can be It'a own inverse is if it is a liner function whose slope is perpendicular to the line. Since a perpendicular line is any line with the negative recoprocal of the slope, any linear function whose slope is -1 will be it's own inverse. - stefanie math 7-12 teacher