- y = constant.
- y = Cx , where C is a constant. This is a straight line passing through the origin.
- y = C/x , where C is a constant. This is an inverse linear function.
- y = C/x**2 , where C is a constant. This is an inverse-square-law function.

Caption: A linear-scale plot of 4 simple function behaviors.

Note that the inverse linear function and inverse-square-law function have mathematical singularities at the origin. In this case, the mathematical singularities are infinities: i.e., as the x → 0, the y → ∞.

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