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Math Help - [SOLVED] Extrapolation of Y-Values from Log-Log Function

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    [SOLVED] Extrapolation of Y-Values from Log-Log Function

    Please forgive any ignorance I may exhibit.... it has been a long time since I stepped foot in a math class and I am lost. I have managed to generate a trend line using a "power" (log-log) regression in OpenOffice. This is the result:



    The function is included circled in red... what I am trying to figure out is how to extrapolate a data point using an X-value... like let's say I want to determine where on the line the point would be if X = 7.2. How would I calculate Y using this information?

    Explanations on the level of "See Jack Run" are greatly appreciated, I'm at the point where I don't know enough to know what I don't know. Any help much appreciated....
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    Please disregard, I figured it out. Thanks!
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