I have a problem to solve this equation

ln(m/(m-q*t))=g/u*t;

q,u,m and g are constants.

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- January 11th 2010, 07:33 AMEmillyQuestion about solving equation
I have a problem to solve this equation

ln(m/(m-q*t))=g/u*t;

q,u,m and g are constants. - January 11th 2010, 01:57 PMmr fantastic
- January 12th 2010, 03:39 AMEmilly
I know, that's why i am sking for idea or help.

- January 12th 2010, 04:55 AMmr fantastic
What sort of ideas or help are you expecting to get?

Perhaps if you posted the original question (complete with all instructions) which lead you to this equation as an answer, some progress might be made.

I suppose if you researched the Lambert W-function you might find what you're looking for ....