>>8842230

So, here's the information I glean from this.

The numbers in Y-Ehe are all divisible by their order in the list. 45 is divisible by 9, 40 is divisible by 8, at cetera. By taking the other multiple, you get the list: 4 4 5 6 4 4 2 5 5. It's somehow pretty to say out loud.

There is no functional relationship for the given values in Y-Ehe and the given values in X-Akseli because 24 appears twice in Y-Ehe, and 15 appears twice in X-Akseli. However, if you graph them as coordinates, you get a portion of the night sky that's present at and around the constellation Perseus. It's in pic related if you tilt your head slightly counterclockwise and graph with Y-Ehe on the x-axis and X-Akseli on the y-axis.

The numbers along the negative-slope diagonal have the values of their coordinates, though it's fairly obvious.

The term "resistance" is not defined in this problem, and it is therefore insoluble.