It's just getting a common denominator:
Background, i have started doing an HNC in Mech Eng through work. It was my choice so i have the motivation to plug away at it.
I have had a gap in my life of 16 years of doing no maths at all. I was never that great at it in the first place but i have worked extremely hard this year to get it up to a decent standard but i do notice there are gaps in my knowledge.
So to my problem, i am working out an equation i do not know why a certain steps works the way it does.
it is as follows = working out for t.
e^-ct=1-(p/p0) The next step is the problem. It becomes -ct log e = log (p0-p/p0)
Why does transforming the right side give me what it does? Its not the log part, that's easy its the 1- part.