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divided by r^2-(1/(wc)^2)

equals -7903

and r/(wc)^2

divided by r^2-(1/(wc)^2)

equals 3287

w is a known quantity. How do I start to solve for r and c.

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divided by r^2-(1/(wc)^2)

equals -7903

and r/(wc)^2

divided by r^2-(1/(wc)^2)

equals 3287

w is a known quantity. How do I start to solve for r and c.

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Divide the equations by each other; this gets rid of the difficult denominator, and you may express "c" in terms of "r" (or the other way around, if you prefer that).

2.Step:

Insert the given expression for "c" into one of your ORIGINAL equations.

You have now a single equation in "r" which you may solve.

3.Step

With your "r"-solutions, put these into the relation you derived in 1. between "c" and "r" to determine the corresponding solving values for c.

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