I'd like to solve this equation with respect to q.
Am I allowed to multiply by on both sides of the equation?
I don't understand how I can isolate q without doing so...
I'm lost here, any help would be very much appreciated.
I'd like to solve this equation with respect to q.
Am I allowed to multiply by on both sides of the equation?
I don't understand how I can isolate q without doing so...
I'm lost here, any help would be very much appreciated.
I have no idea how you got this or where that "x" came from. There was no "x" in the problem before!
When Prove It said "write the sum in its closed form" he meant that the sum of a geometric series: can be written in the form . Here, a= F and so the sum is .
Your equation is or, equivalently, .
I take my chances.
Sorry I have no clue, can someone help me?