Reciprocally proportional
Reciprocally Re*cip"ro*cal*ly (r[-e]*s[i^]p"r[-o]*kal*l[y^]), adv. 1. In a reciprocal manner; so that each affects the other, and is equally affected by it; interchangeably; mutually. [1913 Webster]

These two particles do reciprocally affect each other with the same force. --Bentley. [1913 Webster]

2. (Math.) In the manner of reciprocals. [1913 Webster]

{Reciprocally proportional} (Arith. & Alg.), proportional, as two variable quantities, so that the one shall have a constant ratio to the reciprocal of the other. [1913 Webster]


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