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.
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?