For u =
ln([f(x)/A] / [1-(f(x)/A))
And v = lnx
Show that u is a linear function of v.
Any hints? I'm not sure what the capital "A" is supposed to represent, I've never seen it before. Maybe just a general constant? I don't know...
For u =
ln([f(x)/A] / [1-(f(x)/A))
And v = lnx
Show that u is a linear function of v.
Any hints? I'm not sure what the capital "A" is supposed to represent, I've never seen it before. Maybe just a general constant? I don't know...