hey i was wondering if anyone could help me solve this equation for X. a=1/1+x
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Originally Posted by caligyrl4lyfe hey i was wondering if anyone could help me solve this equation for X. a=1/1+x It's so simple. , we have , which gives . Note that if . However, this can not hold for any finite value of .
Last edited by bkarpuz; September 28th 2008 at 03:19 AM. Reason: Matt Westwood's post is prompted.
Hi caligyrl4lyfe, We have . Multiplying both sides by yields . Now expanding the bracket gives . Minusing the from both sides then dividing through by leads to . Which alternatively can be written as . Hope this helps.
Originally Posted by bkarpuz It's so simple. , we have , which gives . Note that if . However, this can not hold for any finite value of . Sorry dude, no, it's .
Originally Posted by Matt Westwood Sorry dude, no, it's . yes! updating my post.
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