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revised How to convert the ln part of this equation to log10?
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revised Why is $H_1 \le G \land H_2 \le G$ necessary in $a(H_1 \cap H_2) = aH_1 \cap aH_2$?
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comment How to convert the ln part of this equation to log10?
Yes, the equation should be as you have it, although I'd go ahead and multiply together the two constants you have there ($3101.420903$ and $2.302585093$). Also, the problem of getting $y$ when $x = n$, does not require converting to $\log_{10}$. All you need is to have an actual numeric (as opposed to symbolic) value for $x$, and then you just replace $x$ in the original equation with this actual value, take its natural logarithm, and off you go.
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answered How to convert the ln part of this equation to log10?
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answered Why is $H_1 \le G \land H_2 \le G$ necessary in $a(H_1 \cap H_2) = aH_1 \cap aH_2$?
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