It would be more clear if you used brackets.
Is it:
or
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Hello everyone.
I have just started a new college course which involves an analyticalmethods module. We have just started transposition and have been given thefollowing:
F=uv/u+v
Transpose to find v
I have racked by brain for a bit and came up with..
v=f/u-u
Is this right? not sure if I have it right, can anyone help out?
Thanks in advance.
I assume you mean F= uv/(u+v), not F= (uv/u)+ v since the latter would be just 2v.
No, that is not correct. If you multiply both sides by u+ v, you get F(u+ v)= uF+ vF= uv.Transpose to find v
I have racked by brain for a bit and came up with..
v=f/u-u
Is this right? not sure if I have it right, can anyone help out?
Thanks in advance.
Then uF= uv- vF= v(u- F). Can you finish it?