Hi there, I’m a newbie here but would anyone be able to help me with this:

I have two equations for animal production on a farm (expanded descriptively):

a:
total production per hectare = (sum of all income[i]) over (total number hectares[h])
Values: $2092.24 = (Σ i [unknown value/s]) over (h [unknown value]) b: total production per animal = (sum of all income[i]) over (total number animals[n]) Values:$1081.03 = (Σ i [unknown value]) over (n [unknown value])

How would I rearrange this so that I can determine the number of animals per hectare?

Take care,
G

2. $\frac{\text{number of animals}}{\text{number of hectares}}= \frac{\text{total value}}{\text{number of hectares}}\frac{\text{number of animals}}{\text{total value}}$

$= \frac{\left(\frac{\text{total vaue}}{\text{number of hectares}}\rigth)}{\left(\frac{\text{\total value}}{\text{number of hectares}}\rigth)}$