if u want the ratio between A and B it is:
this was easy . u simply solve the given equation by taking log on both sides.
Firstly first post wasn't sure where to put this apologies if it is wrong, and if this is a totally daft post.
I'm working on a little project for myself and I am having issues with the following:
I have three variables A B C.
A is a lower limit,
B is an upper limit
C is a ratio of the two.
Now I have got this far:
This gives a % output where if C=A D=1, if B=C D=~100
What I am looking to do is have an output that is a ratio of A to B:
If A=C Ratio=0
If A=B Ratio= ∞
Hopefully that will make some sense?
Sorry perhaps I should have been clearer, although what you said may still apply.
Ill try with another example.
As I said A and B are are the upper and lower limits, they can change but C which is physically measured will always land between them.
I need to find D which is the ratio of A to B. D will always land within 10:1 to 100:1 of A:B.