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    #1

    Question Corresponding

    I want to say that:
    If the volume percentage is high, the invoice percentage will also be high.
    If the volume percentage is low, the invoice percentage will also be low.

    Is this a nice way to say it?

    "The volume percentage is corresponding with the invoice percentage."

    If it's not, or you have a better way to say it, please advise me.

    I also want know how to say the opposite:
    If the volume percentage is high, the invoice percentage will be low.
    If the volume percentage is low, the invoice percentage will be high.

    My guess:
    "The volume percentage is inversely relative to the invoice percentage."

    Thanks.

    Preecha W.

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    #2

    Re: Corresponding

    1- I would use the present simple 'corresponds' because it is always the case.
    2- inversely proportional?



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    #3

    Re: Corresponding

    What about:

    The volume percentage is proportional to the invoice percentage.
    (for the first question)?

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    #4

    Re: Corresponding

    That sounds OK to me.

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