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Z=Y+(X/W)V

**e**(^(WU) -1)

Y=0

my sollution:

U=ln (Z/((X/W)U))+1 /W

thanks a lot

hexa

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Z=Y+(X/W)V

Y=0

my sollution:

U=ln (Z/((X/W)U))+1 /W

thanks a lot

hexa

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VietDao29

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I don't really get this equation. Can you write it in a clearer way? What's V, and is it e ^(WU - 1) or e ^(WU) - 1?hexa said:Z=Y+(X/W)Ve(^(WU) -1)

Viet Dao,

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EnumaElish

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What happens to V? Why is there a U on the right? Is that supposed to be V? And yeah, what does e(^(WU)-1) mean? Did you mean to write e^(WU-1)?hexa said:my sollution:

U=ln (Z/((X/W)U))+1 /W

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HallsofIvy

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Im not clear on what e(^(WU)-1) could mean. I'm going to assume that it was e^(WU-1) (ehexa said:

Z=Y+(X/W)Ve(^(WU) -1)

Y=0

my sollution:

U=ln (Z/((X/W)U))+1 /W

thanks a lot

hexa

If Y= 0, then the equation is really Z= (X/W)V e

U= (1+ ln((WZ)/(XV)))/W.

Of the problem was, in fact, Z= (X/W)V (e

Add 1 to both sides: e

U= ln(1+(WZ)/(XV))/W.

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