I need help to transform this for y,I am struck after so far.the formula is
x= 3+ ln[ y ] Any help greatly appreciated
1 - y
please use parentheses. you should have typed something like e^(x - 3) * (1 - y) = y
but yes, you are right so far. now expand the brackets
$\displaystyle e^{x - 3} - ye^{x - 3} = y$
you think you can take it from here? remember, to solve for $\displaystyle y$ we need to get all $\displaystyle y$'s on one side of the equation. then see if we can get to a $\displaystyle y = \cdots $ kind of format
that's wrong. you cannot divide only one term on the right by $\displaystyle e^{x - 3}$.
as i said, get all the $\displaystyle y$'s together.
$\displaystyle \Rightarrow e^{x - 3} = y + e^{x - 3}y$
any ideas now?
see post #1 hereCan't find away of writing inaformat like you do ?
Thanks again for your help