## Log Graphs | ||

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There are times when we don't just want to plot one set of data against another. Instead, we realise that there exists a certain relationship between the variables, and want to know what it is. For example, let us deal with the length, k and n are unknown constants, not necessarily integers.
I am assuming that you have a basic knowledge of what Take logs of both sides of the equation: -
log
T = log (kl)
^{n}log log
Compare this to the standard way of looking at an y = log T, x = log l
Hence, a graph of log
Thus
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