I need help solving the following:
c(1+g1)^n = k(1+g2)^n
where c and k are positive constants and g1 and g2 are growth rates. need to solve for n
c>k g2>g1
I should know how to do this but I am having trouble. Thank you
I need help solving the following:
c(1+g1)^n = k(1+g2)^n
where c and k are positive constants and g1 and g2 are growth rates. need to solve for n
c>k g2>g1
I should know how to do this but I am having trouble. Thank you
See here for a list of the basic logarithmic identities.
You don't have an equation in post # 3. So, I would not agree with your result as is.