Solve for d in terms of a, b, and c

Hi everyone,

this math problem is probably really easy to solve, but since I'm not a native

English speaker I'm not completely sure what to do. It would be wonderful if

someone could help me out.

The problem:

Solve for d (in terms of a, b, and c) in the following equation:

1 + a = b/(c X d^{2)}

Re: Solve for d in terms of a, b, and c

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**ArtemisLux** The problem:

Solve for d (in terms of a, b, and c) in the following equation:

1 + a = b/(c X d^{2)}

$\displaystyle c\cdot d^2=\frac{b}{1+a}$

$\displaystyle d^2=\frac{b}{c+ca}$

$\displaystyle d=\pm\sqrt{\frac{b}{c+ca}}$

Re: Solve for d in terms of a, b, and c

Thank you very much, Plato!