# How do you find the constant of proportionality and write an equation if q is inversely proportional to p, and q = 3 / 2 when p = 60?

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To find the constant of proportionality and write the equation, we can use the formula for inverse proportionality: q = k / p, where k is the constant of proportionality.

Given that q = 3/2 when p = 60, we can substitute these values into the equation to solve for k:

3/2 = k / 60

To isolate k, we can cross-multiply:

3 * 60 = 2 * k

180 = 2k

Dividing both sides by 2:

k = 90

Therefore, the constant of proportionality is 90.

The equation for q being inversely proportional to p is q = 90 / p.

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