If T is the subject then starting with:
you can apply long division to the right hand side, and what you get is:
Hope this helps.
Hey everyone, I've just joined the forum. it's great to be here. Ok I need some help with a problem I've been trying to solve.
Here it is. Given the following expression:
R / (D-i) = T
Where D is constant and R and T are dependent variables, and (i) is a discrete increasing interval which begins at 0 and approaches D.
I would like to convert this expression into a subtraction rather than a division (For convenience purposes).
When rearranging it we get:
R = T(D-i)
This looks elegant but I need T to be the subject of the formula while avoiding divisions and have so far not found a way. My gut is telling me that this requires a series approximation (E.g Maclauren Series) but I am not certain how to go about this.
Ideally I would end up with an expression similar to the following:
T = A - B - C ....... - N
I would really appreciate any help you can offer me, I have a feeling this is a lot simpler than it looks and I've missed something!