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inverse

/in·verse/ (in´vers)
1. reversed in order, effect, or nature.
2. the reciprocal of a particular quantity.
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Moreover, the likelihood of sexual initiation remained inversely associated with teenagers' grade point average (odds ratio, 0.
In a multivariate analysis that controlled for potential confounders such as age, gender, ethnicity, and sun sensitivity, sun exposure was inversely correlated with the incidence of NHL.
There is even controversy over the applicable characteristic length scale: whether it is the so-called Bardeen-Cooper-Schrieffer (BCS) coherence length, or a much smaller length that is inversely proportional to the Fermi energy of the system.
Results: The blood lead concentration was inversely and significantly associated with IQ.
Written and directed by Christopher Nolan, Memento's entire budget would have only covered the catering for The Bourne Identity, but, as is usually the case, a film's budget and its substance are inversely related.
Plasma cholesterol is positively associated with animal protein intake and inversely associated with plant protein intake.
Enteritidis cases is inversely related to the prevalence of S.
75 cents per $1,000 face value, and its yield, which moves inversely to prices, fell to 6.
In presenting their findings, the authors investigate three hypotheses: 1) a bond's rating is inversely related to the use of sinking funds; 3) Big Six auditors are inversely associated with revenue bond yield.
You plot the growth of the NEA [National Education Association] and the dropping SAT scores, and they are inversely proportional.
The condo premium was inversely proportional to unit size - dwindling as larger units were compared, and ultimately reversed, starting with 1,501 to 1,800 square-foot range.