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asaaal
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in this equation :


In(k) = In(A) - Ea/RT

which is y, mx and c?

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Sorry if its a really stupid question !
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(Original post by asaaal)
in this equation :


In(k) = In(A) - Ea/RT

which is y, mx and c?

:eek:

Sorry if its a really stupid question !
What are your variables?
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Technically, if it is written in that order then In(k) = In(A) - Ea/RT is the same as writing y = mx + c
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y is ln(k), c is ln(A), mx is -Ea/RT
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