Solving this for Theta confuses the heck out of me and its a rather simple equation
Last edited by mr fantastic; April 9th 2009 at 03:29 AM. Reason: ll --> ck
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Originally Posted by sk8erboyla2004 Solving this for Theta confuses the hell out of me and its a rather simple equation You need it to be equal to something to solve as an equation. If it is equal to 0 use the quadratic formula with a= -1, b = -2u and c =1
Yes it is equal to 0
Originally Posted by sk8erboyla2004 Yes it is equal to 0 You can use the quadratic formula to solve this. compare to I get an answer of
Last edited by e^(i*pi); April 8th 2009 at 06:53 PM. Reason: oops forgot the minus sign
I get Im confused how to simplfy I can see how to reduce too
Originally Posted by sk8erboyla2004 I get Im confused how to simplfy I can see how to reduce too You need to take more care. See my above edits in red and continue.
Originally Posted by sk8erboyla2004 I get Im confused how to simplfy I can see how to reduce too
Last edited by mr fantastic; April 9th 2009 at 04:46 AM. Reason: Fixed latex
Originally Posted by sk8erboyla2004 No. Show your working. (The correct answer is given in post #4).
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