I am sorry, but I can't think of a good descriptive title.
I am writing here hoping that I can obtain some advice from the mathematicians. I work in analytical chemistry, and my math knowledge is very dusty, to say the least.
Here are two equations:
T-F = G*K*F / (1+K*F+H*E)
U-E = G*H*E / (1+H*E+K*F)
I would like to find a solution for F as a function of all the above parameters, except for E. I tryied to rearrange, but I got totally lost at this stage:
I know the interval of the parameters, it that would help with some simplifications.
H ~ 50
G ~ 0.4
U = [0.003 - 0.5]
T = [0.0043 - 0.77]
I don't even know what to read, to get an idea how to approach this problem. Unfortunatelly I don't have any friends who are good in math, and the couple "shots in the dark" sent to a couple of people had no result. Hopefully, a good Samaritan can help me on this forum. Thanks so much!