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Modeling Exponential and Power Data Using GC

Modeling Exponential and Power Data Using GC

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Tutorial

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http://youtu.be/AF2KtI0RVX0

Model Data with a Power and Exponential Function

A power function is of the form y = ax^b where a and b are consants.

An exponential function is ot the form y = a(b)^x where a and b are constants.

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http://youtu.be/bPya96KGccA

Graph Scatter Plot of Data with Power and Exponentail Models

Continuing from previous video in current tutorial.

The following video will be available with closed captioning at:

http://youtu.be/ficYf9xGFWs

Linearizing Data to Confirm it is Exponential

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http://youtu.be/ucu2vWFKbcA

Linearizing Data to Confirm it is Best Modeled Using a Power Function