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    Is it possible to solve this?

    Hi to you,

    Is it possible to solve for m in this equation?

    0.135=(1+\frac{0.13}{m})^m-1

    Thanks in advance,

    Stev381


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stev381 View Post
    Hi to you,

    Is it possible to solve for m in this equation?

    0.135=(1+\frac{0.13}{m})^m-1

    Thanks in advance,

    Stev381


    you can solve it numerically use Newton's method Newton's method - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    Thanks for the info, I'll have a look at it and try to solve the equation.
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