# A-Level Maths Log and Exponential graphs help

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I have no idea where to start, any help appreciated!
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(Original post by Meggggggggggg)
I have no idea where to start, any help appreciated!
Can you take logs of the model and data?
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(Original post by mqb2766)
Can you take logs of the model and data?
logarithms aren't my strong point, how exactly does one do that?
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(Original post by Meggggggggggg)
logarithms aren't my strong point, how exactly does one do that?
You must have done them in class/read your notes? Have a go at taking logs of the model and see if you can get it in a linear form (with log transformations).
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(Original post by Meggggggggggg)
logarithms aren't my strong point, how exactly does one do that?
If p = kv^n, what happens when you take logarithms?

If you plot log p against log v, can you produce something that is (approximately) a straight line, based on the supplied data?
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