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posted by Diana .
what do you do when you have log on the side with y. for example
logy= .120387x + .4771
How do you solve for y?

raise both sides as a power of 10.
10^logy = y
y = 10^(.120387x + .4771)
10^.4771 = 3
y = 3*10^.120387x
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