p = 1-((0.266)^(0.35*M^(-0.65)))*e^((-0.4)k^1.4)

V = 0.0902(M^(0.7))*(1-e^((-0.32)k^1.8))

There are two equations and the variables both p and v are know.

The unknowns are M and k.

Thank you

Nan

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- May 6th 2009, 10:15 PMLaddawanTwo unknowns
p = 1-((0.266)^(0.35*M^(-0.65)))*e^((-0.4)k^1.4)

V = 0.0902(M^(0.7))*(1-e^((-0.32)k^1.8))

There are two equations and the variables both p and v are know.

The unknowns are M and k.

Thank you

Nan - May 8th 2009, 02:20 AMGrandadClarification needed
Hello LaddawanIt looks as though you'll need to take logs if the unknowns are indices, but it's so difficult to read in the format you've given us. Can you clarify this - perhaps re-writing it using LaTeX?

For instance, to write indices like $\displaystyle 0.266^{0.35M}$ you'll write [tex]0.266^{0.35M}[/tex].

Grandad