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# Express y as a function of x. The constant C is a positive number ln(y)=-2x+ln(C)?

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• Express y as a function of x. The constant C is a positive number ln(y)=-2x+ln(C)?

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Express y as a function of x. The constant C is a positive number ln(y) ... Express y as a function of x. The constant C is a positive number ln(y)=-2x+ln ...
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