You cannot in general solve for i algebraically. For particular values of P, V a and n you will generally have to get an approximate value for i using technology (such as a graphics calculator).
You cannot in general solve for i algebraically. For particular values of P, V a and n you will generally have to get an approximate value for i using technology (such as a graphics calculator).
You say in general.....
Meaning that in CAN be done... know how ?
You say in general.....
Meaning that in CAN be done... know how ?
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No. Meaning that in general it can't be done. There may be some lucky set of values for P, V, a and n for which it can be done but in general it can't. That's just the way it is (unless you have knowledge of the Lambert W-function).