BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
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S1:TRUES2:FALSE


S1:FALSES2:TRUE


S1 & S2 are true


S1 & S2 are false

Detailed explanation1: Two quantities are said to be inversely proportional when the value of one quantity increases with respect to a decrease in another or viceversa. This means that these two quantities behave opposite in nature. For example, the relation between speed and time.
Detailed explanation2: Inverse proportion is a type of proportionality relationship. If two quantities are inversely proportional then as one quantity increases, the other decreases. An example of inverse proportion would be the hours of work required to build a wall.
Detailed explanation3: When two quantities X and Y increase together or decrease together, they are said to be Directly Proportional or they are in Direct Proportion with each other. It is also known as a Direct variation. The ratio of these values will remain constant.
Detailed explanation4: Two quantities are said to be proportional if their ratio is constant. In other words, the two quantities are proportional if one of them is always the product of the other and a constant quantity called coefficient of proportionality or proportionality constant.