## College Physics (4th Edition)

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# Chapter 1 - Problems - Page 21: 60

#### Answer

We should put $A$ on the vertical axis and $B^3$ on the horizontal axis. Then $c$ is the slope of the graph and $A_0$ is the vertical axis intercept. $A = cB^3+A_0$

#### Work Step by Step

In general, a straight line has this form: $y = mx + b$ $m$ is the slope $b$ is the vertical axis intercept In this case, we should put $A$ on the vertical axis and $B^3$ on the horizontal axis. Then $c$ is the slope of the graph and $A_0$ is the vertical axis intercept. $A = cB^3+A_0$

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