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    Solve for N

    Solve for N in this equation: A*N^(β) = (A*N^(β-1)*T)/N*T^(1-β))

    I tried to work it out and got:

    N = T/T^(β)
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    Quote Originally Posted by adamsmurmur View Post
    Solve for N in this equation: A*N^(β) = (A*N^(β)*T)/N*T^(β))

    I tried to work it out and got:

    N = T/T^(β)

    The solution seems to be correct. It's a pretty straightforward exercise since there are only divisions and multiplications.
    You could also write N=\frac{T}{T^\beta}=T^{1-\beta}

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    Alright, thank you.
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    Actually, I'm sorry, I omitted some part of the equation.
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