CxP, where C and p are constants (this is called a The data in Table 3 follows the form y = power law). If you take the log (base-10) of both sides of the equation, you get the following result: log(y) = plog(x) + log(C). Notice how the relationship between log(y) and log(x) is linear, where p is the slope and log(C) is the intercept. Find the constants C and p, and record your results below, to 3 sig figs.

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Hello Sir! Please solve question numbers 4. Again please solve question numbers 4.

CxP, where C and p are constants (this is called a
The data in Table 3 follows the form y =
power law). If you take the log (base-10) of both sides of the equation, you get the following
result: log(y) = plog(x) + log(C). Notice how the relationship between log(y) and log(x) is
linear, where p is the slope and log(C) is the intercept. Find the constants C and p, and record
your results below, to 3 sig figs.
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CxP, where C and p are constants (this is called a The data in Table 3 follows the form y = power law). If you take the log (base-10) of both sides of the equation, you get the following result: log(y) = plog(x) + log(C). Notice how the relationship between log(y) and log(x) is linear, where p is the slope and log(C) is the intercept. Find the constants C and p, and record your results below, to 3 sig figs.