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    Question Making n the subject in this equation.

    Hi this is my first thread so i hope i have the right forum, ive been trying to make n the subject in the equaion

    Z = X-2n/Sqrt nt^2 + nt^2

    the squareroot goes over the entire bottom part of the fraction, and t stands for symbol theta (not sure how to get greek characters) and the reason why there are 2 of the nt^2 is because theta is subscripted a and b.

    if anyone couls shed any light on this it would be a big help!!

    thanks
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    ques is not clear,,,,,where are "a" and "b"
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremyparker10 View Post
    ques is not clear,,,,,where are "a" and "b"
    nt(subscript a)^2 and nt(subscript b)^2

    the subscripts are bottom right of t
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