Well you know that this is the result when . This is the easier equation to solve for .Hello everyone!
I am new here, but I already have a quick question for you guys.
I am totally blanking out on how to do the following correctly:
This is the equation:
It's basically the quadratic formula, but with a plus instead of a plus/minus after the initial negative b term.
I am trying to solve for a,b, and c in terms of the other unused variables.
For example, I want to solve for a in terms of b, c, and x; b in terms of a, c, and x; and c in terms of a, b, and x.
I am not trying to find a numerical value for each of the three equations, though, just want to isolate each variable by itself on one side with all others on the other.
I have been working on this for hours and I am just not getting what I believe I should be getting. I feel like this should be cake but I am slowly driving myself mad trying to get this to work out.
If any of you guys can help me solve the three equations, your assistance would be greatly appreciated!