
algebraic manipulation
I need to find the relationship between A and B, where
$\displaystyle A = \frac{{{L_2}  {L_1}}}{{{L_1}\left( {{t_2}  {t_1}} \right)}}
$ and $\displaystyle B = \frac{{{V_2}  {V_1}}}{{{V_1}\left( {{t_2}  {t_1}} \right)}}$
I'm assuming I need to make $\displaystyle {V_1} = {L_1}{W_1}{H_1}\,\,\,{\rm{and}}\,\,\,{V_2} = {L_2}{W_2}{H_2}$
So basically, how do I get
$\displaystyle \frac{{{L_2}  {L_1}}}{{{L_1}\left( {{t_2}  {t_1}} \right)}}$ out of $\displaystyle \frac{{{L_2}{W_2}{H_2}  {L_1}{W_1}{H_1}}}{{{L_1}{W_1}{H_1}\left( {{t_2}  {t_1}} \right)}}$ ?
I've only gotten so far:
$\displaystyle {W_1}{H_1}B = \frac{{{L_2}{W_2}{H_2}  {L_1}{W_1}{H_1}}}{{{L_1}\left( {{t_2}  {t_1}} \right)}}$
and I can't figure out how to extract $\displaystyle {{L_2}  {L_1}}$ from the numerator on the right side of the equation.
Is this even possible? Am I going about this problem incorrectly?

Hello,
Your initial question is to get a relation between A and B, right ?
If so, just look at their formulas. They both have $\displaystyle (t_2t_1)$ in it.
So, for example, write that $\displaystyle t_2t_1=\frac{V_2V_1}{V_1B}$ and substitute it in A.
If it's not what you're looking for, can you be more precise about what you want ? I can't see what you want to do with the stuff you've written down in the rest of your message (Worried)

Or, if we divide A by B, we can invert B and multiply
$\displaystyle \frac{A}{B}=\frac{L_2L_1}{L_1(t_2t_1)}\ \frac{V_1(t_2t_1)}{V_2V_1}=\frac{V_1(L_2L_1)}{(V_2V_1)L_1}$

Thank you. I suppose I was just overthinking the problem. Got it now :)