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    Exponetial Function Problem

    Hi, Thanks For looking!
    $\displaystyle (1/15)e^-(1/15)t$
    Think i wrote that write!
    but i want to know how to work out t and what it is?
    thanks
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    Hello, madcal87!


    Would you state the entire problem?

    You seem to want to solve for $\displaystyle t$, but there is no equation.

    Also, is that supposed to be: .$\displaystyle \frac{1}{15}e^{-\frac{1}{15}t} $

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    Yeah it is suppose to be like that!

    i have to work out the t for the poisson formula in statistic! when i have all the other things in the formula
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    I thought u could just assume it is =0

    so it goes to 15=E ^ -(1/15)t

    or something?!
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