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Show that the equation
log y = 1.54 - .008x - .658 log x
is equivalent to
y = 34.7 (1.0186)^(-x) * x^(-.658)

  • Math - Calculus -

    take the antilog of each side

    y= 10^(1.54-.008x-.658logx)

    y= 10^1.54 * 10^-(.008*x) * x^.658
    = 34.7((10^.008)^-x)*x^.658
    you can take it from here.

    remember log a+logb = log ab

    and a^xy= (a^x)^y

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