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Hi all,

Is it possible to calculate what number x needs to be, to make y 0 ?

An experiment shows that:

x = y

0 = +0.16

1 = -0.38

2 = -0.43

Can I work out from that what x needs to be (it can be as many decimals as you want :tongue2:) for y to equal 0?

Thanks alot,

[r.D]

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# Calculate what number x needs to be, to make y 0 ?

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