# For the inverse variation equation xy=k, what is the constant of variation, k, when x= -3 and y =-2?

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calculistaWe know that the equation of the inverse variation is x*y=k----> equation 1 where k is the constant of variation so for x=-3 and y=-2 to find the value of k, substitute the values of x and y in the equation 1 (-3)*(-2)=k k=6 the answer is k=6