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suppose a eqn is given as y=x/(ax+b). which we can linearize as: (1/y)=a+b/x and therefore Y=A+BX where A=a, B=b and X=1/x .Another example is y=ax^b this can be written as ln y=ln ax^b or ln y=ln a+bln x therefore Y=A+bX where Y=ln y,A=ln a and X=ln x thus it is linearized now. I tried to do the following ones in the same way but failed.Could anyone help me by linearizing this way please,

the problems are: 1) y=1/{(x+a)(x+b)}^1/2

2)y=x^2/(ax+1)(bx+2)

linearizing that is we have to write in y=ax+b form

thanks