# Answer to Question #46723 in Other Physics for irebami

Question #46723

In an experiment to determine the relationship between the current I through a piece of tungsten wire and the potential difference V across it, the theoretical relationship used was

I=kVn

, where k and n are constants which may be obtained from a straight line graph of the form y = mx + c, the symbols having their usual meaning. The corresponding linear equation for this experiment is ----------

I = nV + k

4I=nV^2+k

I=expV^n+k

logI = nlogV + logk

I=kVn

, where k and n are constants which may be obtained from a straight line graph of the form y = mx + c, the symbols having their usual meaning. The corresponding linear equation for this experiment is ----------

I = nV + k

4I=nV^2+k

I=expV^n+k

logI = nlogV + logk

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