HEllo, Im just trying to remember the algebraic method of sloving for r in an equ. such as this. a = (1 + (r/m) )^m - 1
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Originally Posted by jason03 HEllo, Im just trying to remember the algebraic method of sloving for r in an equ. such as this. a = (1 + (r/m) )^m - 1 -Dan
Hello, I tried your equ. but im not coming up with the correct answer. heres the equ with the numbers .0931 = (1 + r/4)^4 - 1 the answer is .09 and it works when plugged into the above equ. But I tried using your equ. and I get a different answer
Hello, Originally Posted by topsquark -Dan There is just a small mistake here. It's
ohh Thank you! If you dont mind me being a pest, how did you arive at that. I follow you up until the exponents change.
Originally Posted by topsquark power everything to 1/m. As , multiply by m in each side -Dan Is it ok ?
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