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    formula rearranged

    Hi,

    I was just wondering if someone could put me in the right direction with rearranging this, from the LHS to the RHS equation?

    ieit = i
    eit 1 1- e-it


    Thanks in advance!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karty View Post
    Hi,

    I was just wondering if someone could put me in the right direction with rearranging this, from the LHS to the RHS equation?

    ieit = i
    eit 1 1- e-it
    That is not readable.
    Try again with simple text.
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    Do you mean \frac{ie^{it}}{e^{it}-1}= \frac{i}{1- e^{-it}}?

    If so, multiply both numerator and denominator by e^{-it}.
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