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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Originally Posted by taurus 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? why do you have "^" indicating the base? "^" indicates a superscript you know. do you mean or ? if you meant the first one, you are correct
the second one but N squared
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Hello, taurus! . . Solve for . You're expected to know this identity: . So we have: . Now solve for .
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