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Good Will Hunting needed!  Can anyone solve this problemPlease resolve this equation: #2 20050816 11:35:39
Re: Good Will Hunting needed!  Can anyone solve this problemsolve for what x? a? c? w? e? ??
that's quite advanced math... probably number theory mixed with complex adding and subtracting... : ) #3 20050816 16:12:19
Re: Good Will Hunting needed!  Can anyone solve this problemLife would be pretty straight without twisties ... "The physicists defer only to mathematicians, and the mathematicians defer only to God ..."  Leon M. Lederman #5 20050826 05:13:10
Re: Good Will Hunting needed!  Can anyone solve this problemanother thing.... does 'x' in the eq'n signify multiplication? or is it a variable? you have to understand what kylekatarn is trying to say in his post: it is virtually impossible to solve one eq'n in 5 unknowns! you have to tell us which is known, and which is unknown (like wcy said, we have to know whether or not that 'e' you've used is the natural exponential!); i.e., do we solve for a? or some other variable? 