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|Nov3-12, 10:06 PM||#1|
Identifying the expression for the constant term in a power relationship
I need to know how to identify the expression for the constant term in a power relationship. The power relationship is a relationship I imagined on a graph. On the graph both the values on the x and y axis's would be increasing. The power relationship is between square of rotational frequency and centripetal force. The equation for centripetal force is Fc=m4pi^2rf^2. I rearranged this equation for solve for f^2. How do I identify the expression for the constant term in a power relationship?
|Nov4-12, 04:25 AM||#2|
I'm not sure what you are asking - can you put it another way?
|Nov4-12, 11:29 AM||#3|
If you have exact data points, you can solve F=c*f^2 for c.
If you want to fit a graph to several data points with an uncertainty, you can plot F/f^2 versus data point number (or F, or whatever you like) - you should get the same value everywhere.
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