Hello everyone, I just came along the following function:
y(x) = sqrt(x)*(A+B*x)-C=0
x is the independent variable and A,B,C are constant numbers.
How can we solve this function for x? Is it possible analytically?
Thank you for your help!
Daniel
Hello everyone, I just came along the following function:
y(x) = sqrt(x)*(A+B*x)-C=0
x is the independent variable and A,B,C are constant numbers.
How can we solve this function for x? Is it possible analytically?
Thank you for your help!
Daniel