Take the log of both sides (I shall use natural log)
You can then use the laws of logs to separate what's inside
Chances are there is an easier way than using logs but there is more than one way to skin a mathematical cat
Hi, im new here. Just wondering if someone could walk me through solving this for equation for V2. I have a solution but some parts seemed to have been skipped and i dont quite understand why:
150*V2^1.3 = 100*((5*10^-3)+V2)^1.3
Thanks
Take the log of both sides (I shall use natural log)
You can then use the laws of logs to separate what's inside
Chances are there is an easier way than using logs but there is more than one way to skin a mathematical cat