|Nov14-03, 12:16 PM||#1|
solving equations for variables
how would i solve X=(Y+Z/N)^N?
|Nov14-03, 12:17 PM||#2|
|Nov14-03, 12:29 PM||#3|
Are you serious! You expect us to solve the problem by hand. Here is the answer as processed by Maple.
n = -ln(x)*z/(LambertW(-ln(x)*exp(-ln(x)*y/z)/z)*z+ln(x)*y)
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