Hello Cameron, If you have a linear fit in the logs,
log(y) = (-11/3)log(x) + A
then exponentiate both sides:
and with C = exp(A), the fitting line (linear on loglog plot) is
where you just have to provide C. C could come from the same theory that gives the -(11/3), in which case you have a fit with no adjustable parameters, nice if it works. Or you could calculate C by using one (x,y) data point, or you could fit A from the first equation by taking the difference between log(y) and (-11/3)*log(x), and averaging that difference over all the values to get A. Then C = exp(A).
If you prefer log base 10, then replace log by log10 and C = exp(A) by C = 10^A everywhere.