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Homework Help Forum: Algebra 2
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Posted by HELLLLLLLLLLLLLLPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP on Wednesday, May 20, 2009 at 8:43pm.
I know that were doing problems were there is a soultion given which is equal to X^? times a constant ...
y = k x^?
So this is problem I have to decide given a probelm x relationship to y (for example iverse square cube and so forth) this unkown variable is denoted witha (?)
So given two points (Q,W) (E,R) how do I determiine the relationsip of x to y... and solve for the (?)
I guess so far in my book the constant is raised to the first power is there any way I could find out if the constant is not raised to first power or not???
Once I come up with the formula I know how to do the rest I just don't know how to obtain the formula and solve for the (?) once you do it's just plug and chug...
so please show me how to solve for (?) given two points
woops sorry edited the wrong box there we go
I still don't know how to solve these types of problems
(Perhaps if you put ONLY the subject in the School Subject box and put ONLY your first name in the First Name box and reposted your question, someone would be inclined to help.)
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