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## Main Question or Discussion Point

T= ln x/k divided by (x-k)

I need to rearrange this equation to solve for x.

any suggestions?

I need to rearrange this equation to solve for x.

any suggestions?

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T= ln x/k divided by (x-k)

I need to rearrange this equation to solve for x.

any suggestions?

I need to rearrange this equation to solve for x.

any suggestions?

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Yes. Start by writing the equation unambiguously. What you wrote could mean either of these:T= ln x/k divided by (x-k)

I need to rearrange this equation to solve for x.

any suggestions?

a)

$$T = \ln\left(\frac{x/k}{x - k}\right)$$

b)

$$T = \frac{\ln(x/y)}{x - k} $$

In other words, does the division happen before taking the log, or after? We can't help you if we don't know what the problem is.

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