Guys,
I am new here so please forgive my ignorance.
Need help with the following:
Y = A*ln(B*e^{c*x} - D*Y)
Where A, B, C, D are constants. I would like to determine the if there is a 20% change in "x" what is the corresponding change/impact on "Y"?
Thanks.
I would need to solve for "Y" first. The problem is that I do not know how to do that since both the left and right sides contain "Y"
Y = A*ln(B*ec*x - D*Y)
if I simply put Y = A*ln(B*ec*1.2x - D*Y), I would still need a way to solve for "Y"