I got absolutely no idea what and are, so I have no clue how to solve this.
Neither do I. What is n supposed to be? What is T supposed to be? What is the actual problem? What context is this in? Even a chapter reference would be good.
It should be obvious that you can't just put random numbers into an equation and expect that you will always get then same solution. Look back through the problem or area before the problem for references to and .
Neither do I. What is n supposed to be? What is T supposed to be? What is the actual problem? What context is this in? Even a chapter reference would be good.
-Dan
I swear this is all there was in the question in my exam, and I have never done anything like this before in class, which left me amused.