## newtons cooling law?????

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
uh for my lab report the problem is i have to solve for the constnat and the lnC??? look below

2. Relevant equations
teacher said something about LnT =Lne^-kt +LnC
transposes into ==> LnT = -kt +LnC
uh and i have the temperatures to do this.. but i dont know exactly what im trying to do

3. The attempt at a solution
seen as i dont know how to do it and im only in precalc i dont really get what im trying to do... as well can someone explain what this formula means?????
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 Quote by xlgurulx 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data uh for my lab report the problem is i have to solve for the constnat and the lnC??? look below 2. Relevant equations teacher said something about LnT =Lne^-kt +LnC transposes into ==> LnT = -kt +LnC uh and i have the temperatures to do this.. but i dont know exactly what im trying to do 3. The attempt at a solution seen as i dont know how to do it and im only in precalc i dont really get what im trying to do... as well can someone explain what this formula means?????
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Here is a link that discusses the properties of natural logarithms:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natural_logarithm