Hello,
I am in differential equations, but it always seems that its my algebra that trips me up. Can anybody tell me how to solve for t in the following expression?:
Hello,
I am in differential equations, but it always seems that its my algebra that trips me up. Can anybody tell me how to solve for t in the following expression?:
-8.9 = t - ln(21.34t)
thanks!!
- Jeff
This equation doesn't have a real solution:
1. Consider the RHS of the equation as a function in t.
2. This function has an absolute minimum at
3. The graph of f never intersects the graph of y = -8.9