Posted by **thoung** on Thursday, June 11, 2009 at 8:19am.

hi we have been given a graph and we need to fing its equation. the graph is logistic. we are asked to take any six points on it and then apply appropriate log to get a straight line. i dont know how to get that straight line?

i just know for exponential logy vs x gives a straight line.

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