HNC Maths Help
Not sure if I have posted this in the right place, so I aplogise if I havn't.
I have started doing a HNC course in Engineering and the first topic is Analytical Methods for Engineers. It is a self learning course, I don;t go to any lectures or get to see people for guidance, the only help I get is a booklet of lessons. I have worked through this but I am still struggling.
Maths has never been my strongest subject so it would be much appreciated if anyone could point me in the right direction with any of this question:
The age of a machine, x, in years is related to the probablity of breakdown, y, by the formula:
x = 3 + ln [ ___ ]
................1 - y
Determine the probablity of breakdown for 1, 3 and 10 years.
Originally Posted by JP103
So it seems to be that you've to calculate y in each of the cases x =1,3,or 10. Let's do the first one, and you do the following ones:
Thanks alot for that. I've done the other two as well now.