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Pls help thanks!!

Date Posted: 6 months ago
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Eric Nicholas K
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Something like this.
6 months ago
Can you explain how you managed to get n=2 from "k" x2? thanks!
Eric Nicholas K
Eric Nicholas K
6 months ago
Because y = pi x^2.

You can let pi = k so that y = k x^2.

In other words, y is proportional to x^2.

Question is to find the value of n so that y is proportional to x^n.

Of course, here n represents the power of x.