# Please solve this problem for me thanks?

a) Inversely Proportional

b) k = 52.5

c) 15 trucks

Firstly, we know that the number of trucks necessary is inversely proportional to the payload that each can carry (i.e. if one truck can carry more, you need fewer trucks).

So the relationship is:

Hence the full equation is:

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