, if that helps you to simplify. You can probably see it can be further simplified.
Hey all I need some help re-arranging this equation so I can find z here it is:
also is w^2/wn^2 the same as (w/wn)^2? so I could replace w^2/wn^2 with say r^2?
x= (w^2/wn^2) / (sqrt( {1-w^2/wn^2}^2 + {2*z*w/wn}^2))
So I have the value for x and I need to find the value of z. I have had a couple of goes at it and I am honestly not sure if what I am doing is right or not.
Thanks for any and all assistance in advance!
Awesome I thought so! Thanks rowe, where do I go first? Do I get rid of the square root or can I take the entire bottom half of the equation over and times by x ?
No worries; did you mean:
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You can actually hover over any equation to see the TeX being used. It takes a bit of learning to write what you want but it definitely speeds things up once you know how to write stuff properly.