I cannot say for anyone else, but I have absolutely no idea what that says.
For example, what could mean?
Let alone all the rest of the jumble of notation.
Why not learn to post in symbols? You can use LaTeX tags
[tex] \log_{4}(2) [/tex] gives
I cannot say for anyone else, but I have absolutely no idea what that says.
For example, what could mean?
Let alone all the rest of the jumble of notation.
Why not learn to post in symbols? You can use LaTeX tags
[tex] \log_{4}(2) [/tex] gives
The one above me figured out my equation properly,
but for that one, the base number is 10, not e
If it's e, it would be written as Ln instead, no?
So, it's :
For starting, we cancel out the h of course, but I am still having difficulties....
You see, even though the 9 can be turned into
But I can't find a way to trash the 5, which is a prime number on it's own.
This is quite tricky.
Split this equation up into 3 pieces:
I'll skip out some parts or else it will be too long.
Part a can be expressed as:
Part b can be expressed as:
Part c can be expressed as:
Hence the equation becomes:
To simplify:
Thus the equation becomes:
To make it easier, let
Now use logarithms to solve for u, the thus solve for x.