# Energy

Question asked by: carito

Asked on: 04 Jun 2010

5.7 / 3.2

Then multiply the answer to that by 1.4

That will give you the answer, if the relationship is simply linear and based on just that one quantity.

If that's not the case, and I'm just making a random assumption, then what I said above is wrong.

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Replied at: 06 Jun 2010

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