then find the values of and
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Replace these two equations at equation (1) and you have , but it is so...
SENTINEL4 is correct.
And there is not enough information for a unique answer.
Divide by : . .
We have the ratio of and . . . and that's the best we can do.
We can write: .
Originally Posted by jashansinghal If
then find the values of and Notice that and . But . Therefore . Divide by to get , so that . Hence . (And as has already been noted, ).
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