# Math

How do i express y as a function of x.
Logy=1/3(logx-log27)

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1. Logy=1/3(logx-log27)
logy = 1/3 log (x/27)
log y = log (x/27)^(1/3)
antilog it
y = (x/27)^(1/3) or y = (1/3)x^(1/3)

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