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Algebra Q (reposting with corrected notations)

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Mar4-11, 07:59 PM
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Is there a way to solve for A and B which are probabilities when:

AN + BL = 1
(1 - A)^(M-1) x = k
(1 - B)^(M-1) y = k

It s ok to solve it for the limit case as N, L, and M go to infinity.
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Mar5-11, 08:08 AM
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I'm not sure what you're looking for, but [tex]A=1-\sqrt[M-1]{\frac{x}{k}}[/tex] and [tex]A=1-\sqrt[M-1]{\frac{y}{k}}[/tex]...

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