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What is the relationship between these expressions: d^2 ∝ L^3 = d ∝ L^(3/2) = (d/L) ∝ L^(1/2) Can I get its simplification

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  1. ash2326
    • 4 years ago
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    they all are the same we have d^2 proportional to L^3 d^2 ∝ L^3 take square root on both sides d ∝ L^(3/2) L^3/2= L* L^(1/2) so d∝ L* L^(1/2) divide both sides by L d/L ∝ L^(1/2) so we see these all are same, but their form is changed

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