I'm almost a bit ashamed to ask, but for some reason I'm stuck. Being a bit thick today I guess.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Given is an empirical relationship

A = 1.27*B^0.45

A = given. Say 2.5

What is B?

For some reason, if I take a random but plausible B and calculate A, I get a different result then when I take the resultant A and try to result at the B I just made up. Either I can't rearrange equations anymore, or this relationship only works in one direction. Sounds silly...

Help, please?

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# Rearranging equations

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