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Q: What is the geometric significant of k in equation yx3 k?

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If there are only k numbers x(1),x(2)....,x(k), the geometric mean is the kth root of the product of these k numbers. Example: find the geometric mean of 4,3,7,8 We want the fourth root of 4 x 3 x 7 x 8 = 672 =(672)^(1/4) = 5.09146 is the geometric mean. The geometric mean is normally defined only for a set of positive numbers.

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The equation is xy = k where k is the constant of variation. It can also be expressed y = k over x where k is the constant of variation.

The geometric distribution is: Pr(X=k) = (1-p)k-1p for k = 1, 2 , 3 ... A geometric series is a+ ar+ ar2, ... or ar+ ar2, ... Now the sum of all probability values of k = Pr(X=1) + Pr(X = 2) + Pr(X = 3) ... = p + p2+p3 ... is a geometric series with a = 1 and the value 1 subtracted from the series. See related links.

The equation -k =287.658 just gives k = -287.658

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I am supposing you are looking for k, in that case you add 4.05 to both sides of the equation to cancel out the 4.05 on the k side, making the equation k = 10.25

direct variation, and in the equation y=kx the k ca NOT equal 0.

Equation is: K+ + Br- = KBr

Yes, the equation K + Br2 = KBr is a balanced chemical equation. For example, 2 K + Br2 = 2 KBr is one and another balance chemical equation is Fe + Cl2 = FeCl3.

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