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Nate Smith

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Registered: 12/13/04
Re: need help re-arranging an equation...
Posted: Aug 11, 2004 11:29 PM
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Mike wrote:

> In article <IoWdnTFVDO03QYfcRVn-og@net1plus.com>,
> greystone@NET1Plus.com says...
>
>>Jonathan wrote:
>>
>>>if I have the equation...
>>>
>>> ln(y)- b*ln(x)=c where b and c are constants and I am trying to
>>>re-arrange to get a ratio of y/x, how would I do it? With what I
>>>remember of exponents, the best i can do is get so that y/x^b = exp(c)
>>>which is no good.
>>>
>>>any help would be greatly appreciated
>>
>>
>> if y/x^b = exp(c) is no good, then you are screwed.
>>
>
> unless y/x = exp(c/b)*y^(1-1/b) is useful.
>
> Mike


or the other one:


y/x = exp(c) * x^(b-1)



- nate




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