1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I'm writing a lab report and I'm having trouble understanding how to set up these experimental equations. I understand Linear (y=mx+b) but my professor wants us to use separate equations to illustrate power and exponential forms. Power : y=bx^m Exponential: y=be^(mx) On the first lab report for the power relationship I had: Slope of linearization equation (trendline) = 4 Y intercept of linearization equation = .9031 I set up my equation as y=.9031x^4 For the exponential relationship I had: Slope of linearization equation (trendling) = 1.3029 Y intercept of linearization equation (trendline) = .699 I set up my equation as y=.699e^(1.3029x) Does anyone know how to use these equations? 2. Relevant equations Power : y=bx^m Exponential: y=be^(mx) 3. The attempt at a solution y=.9031x^4 y=.699e^(1.3029x) Thanks!