#### Answer

$y=\frac{xw^2}{kz}$

#### Work Step by Step

According to the concept of variations, $x=\frac{kyz}{w^2}\\xw^2=kyz\\y=\frac{xw^2}{kz}$

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$y=\frac{xw^2}{kz}$

According to the concept of variations, $x=\frac{kyz}{w^2}\\xw^2=kyz\\y=\frac{xw^2}{kz}$

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