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by mdr
Tue Sep 14, 2010 1:54 am
Forum: Advanced Algebra ("pre-calculus")
Topic: given u=-28.593*ln(k)+144.76, empirically define c, j
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given u=-28.593*ln(k)+144.76, empirically define c, j

I have some given data, which result in a logrithmic trendline of u = -28.593*ln(k) + 144.76 The object is to empirically define "c" and "j" in the following equation by back substitution: u = c*ln(j/k) ; only valid where k approaches j My thought is to set the equations equal to...

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