i have the following
ln t = B1 + B2.T + B3.X + B4.X^2 + B5.X^3
where B1,B2,B3,B4,B5 are constants and X = ln y
i need this in a form t = C1 (y^C2) (e^(-C3/T))
where C1,C2,C3 are constants.
ln and e are natural log terms.
can this be done?
p.s. i know e^(B3.X) = e^(B3. ln y) =e^(ln y^B3) = y^B3
but i'm not sure how to get the other terms B4.X^2 = B4 (ln y) (ln y)
and B5.X^3 = B5 (ln y) (ln y) (ln y)
in a similar form of y^??? (or if its possible!!)