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How do you linearize this equation?

An experiment is performed using a 1.0 m length of wire of identical material with varying radii. The resistance of each length of wire is recorded in the table below. The student knows the relationship between resistance (R) and area (A) to be R= (rho)(L)/A Radius (m) : Resistence (ohm) : 100 53 200 91 300 155 400 180 500 255
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