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Hi,

I am trying to solve the equation for Im and am having trouble

[tex]Im=(Im+Ie+Ia)e^{-t/T} +Ia)[/tex]

[tex]Im-Ia = (Im+Ie+Ia)e^{-t/T})[/tex]

[tex]ln^{Im-Ia}= Im+Ie+Ia[/tex]

this is were I get to but cant get the equation to work. Have I don't something incorrect in the second line when moving e^-t/T across to the other side?

Thanks

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# Homework Help: Solving for Im

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