Diameter of a Tree#

Question Text#

It has been reported (Journal of Plant Studies) that the diameters of trees (\(d\)) are proportional to their height (\(h\)) as the \(2/3\) scaling exponent, \(d \propto h^{2/3}\). If the diameter of a 5.26 \(m\) tree is 34 \(cm\), what is your prediction for the diameter of a 29.4 \(m\) tree in \(cm\)?

Answer Section#

Please enter in a numeric value in \(m\).


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