i got a question:

E = log N^2 / t

(thats log base 2)

How would i make t the subject,

what i did was:

> E*t = log N^2

> t = log N^2 / E

But i dont think its right?

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- Sep 6th 2007, 07:32 PMtauruslogs
i got a question:

E = log N^2 / t

(thats log base 2)

How would i make t the subject,

what i did was:

> E*t = log N^2

> t = log N^2 / E

But i dont think its right? - Sep 6th 2007, 07:45 PMJhevon
- Sep 6th 2007, 08:22 PMtaurus
the second one but N squared

- Sep 7th 2007, 02:35 AMtaurus
$\displaystyle E = \log_2 \left( \frac {N^2}{t} \right)$?

- Sep 7th 2007, 03:00 AMSoroban
Hello, taurus!

Quote:

$\displaystyle E \:= \;\log_2\left(\frac{N^2}{t}\right)$ . . Solve for $\displaystyle t$.

So we have: .$\displaystyle \log_2\left(\frac{N^2}{t}\right) \:=\:E\quad\Rightarrow\quad 2^E \:=\:\frac{N^2}{t}$

Now solve for $\displaystyle t$.