So hang on, is this your equation? $\displaystyle \begin{align*} r = p + 0.645 \left( 4\pi \right) ^{-\frac{3}{4}} p^{\frac{3}{4}} \end{align*}$?
hi fellas, i need a very silly help for my work. i have this equation as r=r(p)
r=p+0.645*(4*pi)^(-3/4)*p^(3/4)
or, simply r=p+ap^(3/4), where a is a constant..
what i need is an expression of my equation as p=p(r)..
i want this whole term in respect of p now, this might be very silly but i don't get the exact curve in the graph when i m putting it using some logarithmic result.. i deduced it to be
log p+(3/4)log p=log r-(3/4)log a.................and it might not be correct..
can you please help me ?
the answer is a mess. There are 4 solutions.
Solve[r == p + 0.645 (4 \[Pi])^(-3/4) p^(3/4), p] - Wolfram|Alpha