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How to solve equation q=k*Q^n for unknown k and n, with two known values of q and Q?


 

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    ahmed.b 4 years ago

    Thanks Caleb DRC for the answer. I usually ask question because this you know different other approaches, and sometimes simpler,to solve the problem. Answer to your Q. is, if q and Q are same in both equations i.e 3 and 5. The k and n both will be 1.

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    ahmed.b 4 years ago

    Not everything is cup of tea for everyone. Like Journalism is not mine. Good luck with what you are good at. As I think dealing with social sciences is much more complex and unpredictable than with laws of physics and mathematics.


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