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HallsofIvy
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Feb7-07, 05:14 AM
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Orbital Radii of planets and moons of jupiter

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Thank you hallsofivy. I have one question, though. (Refering to your method)Do I use values from the given data to find the best fit line? For example,
log422 = b logx + logA. Then ?
Yes, that would be the best way to do this.

I do mention T (asteroid) in the table above. When I copy pasted the table off word, the grids disappeared, thus making it hard to follow. It's in sequential order...you just have to correspond the first x value to the y value in the second row...sorry for the misunderstanding.
You are right- I didn't see the third set of data.