Originally Posted by TomByrne Hi, I need to rearrange this function in terms of z, I'm struggling a little bit (asterisks are multiplication): a*(z-b) = -c*d*(f/(f+z))-(c*g)-h*e*(f/(f+z))-(h*i) Any help? This is a quadratic of the form , which has solution . Substitute these values and you finally have your answer.
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Originally Posted by TomByrne Thanks, great. What are the square brackets in this situation? SAME as (); simply makes for improved appearance; easier to tell what the numerator is.
Originally Posted by Prove It ProveIT, I think your "ab" should be negative, and your "cdf" should be positive. Rest of them are same as mine...
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Originally Posted by Wilmer ProveIT, I think your "ab" should be negative, and your "cdf" should be positive. Rest of them are same as mine... Well, I agree that ab should be negative. But cdf was positive on the right, so should be negative on the left.
Originally Posted by Prove It Well, I agree that ab should be negative. But cdf was positive on the right, so should be negative on the left. No, cdf was negative on the right; original equation: a * (z-b) = -c * d * (f / (f+z)) - (c * g) - h * e * (f / (f+z)) - (h * i)
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