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    Please Need Urgent Help With View Tube Experiment!

    Ok, if my y axis is going up by 20's and my x is goin across by 100 and my line equation is 1199.87=73.84/700x+7 then what is my x? thank you so much!!
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    When posting, be as clear as possible on math expressions.
    For example, is x in the numerator or denominator in here?
    73.84/700x+7

    and I don't quite understand your question.
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    hi, ok 73.84 is the numerator, 700 the denominator an then x + 7
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    1199.87=\frac{73.84}{700}x+7

    x = 11308.35590...
    Last edited by paultwang; May 25th 2005 at 06:19 PM.
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