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    Solve this formula for m

    Hello I have attached a formula which i am stuggling to solve for m.

    As you can see this is for loan amortimization but i thought I would put it in this forum as its mathematical identity problem not a business problem.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by da` View Post
    Hello I have attached a formula which i am stuggling to solve for m.

    As you can see this is for loan amortimization but i thought I would put it in this forum as its mathematical identity problem not a business problem.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks
    There is no general way of rewriting this in the form m= ... , where ... is a a closed form expression in terms of elementary functions etc

    Some special cases may have such an representation but in a specific case you will probably have to resort to a numerical solution method.

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