# SOLUTION: The number of moose varied inversely as the number of bears and directly as the number of bison. When there were 75 moose, there were 85 bears and 15 bison. How many bears were the

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 Question 68360This question is from textbook An Incremental DDevelopment : The number of moose varied inversely as the number of bears and directly as the number of bison. When there were 75 moose, there were 85 bears and 15 bison. How many bears were there when there were 10 moose and 30 bison?This question is from textbook An Incremental DDevelopment Answer by Nate(3500)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!moose # = m bear # = x bison # = y mx/y = mx/y (75)(85)/(15) = 10x/30 425 = x/3 x = 1275 bears