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Apply logarithms to create a linear relationship:

((x^3)(y^1.5))/(z^.5)=k

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  1. take the log of both sides:


    3logx+1.5logy-.5logz=logk

  2. 3*log(x)+1.5log(y)-0.5log(z)=log(k)

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