In science proving something by making it linear is a cmmon approach.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

For instance you can write some laws on this form.

y=a*log(x)+b

But there lies my problem, because I cannot see how this should represent a linear line. So please does this represent a line? ANd if yes how come?

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# In science proving something by making it linear is a common?

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