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In finding a logarithmic fit for some data (of the form a*Log[b*x]), WolframAlpha succeeds where Mathematica 7.0 fails, why?
I would like to fit a function of the form: $a \log(b x)$ to a set of data: ...
Nov 7 '12 at 9:32
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