n1 sinØ1 = n2 sinØ2

any help would be great thanks

make T the subject

A = p(1+r)to the power of nT/n

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n1 sinØ1 = n2 sinØ2

any help would be great thanks

make T the subject

A = p(1+r)to the power of nT/n

any help would be great thanks

make T the subject

A = p(1+r)to the power of nT/n

- mat002
**Posts:**1**Joined:**Mon Jun 03, 2013 11:37 pm

What you want with the first equation is not clear. Your second equation can be helped------maybe..

Your mixing of wording with symbols is poorly formed for the meaning you want.

A = p(1+r)to the power of nT/n

The "power", an exponent is just T, because the n/n is equal to 1. If you mean something else, please show it at least using proper text expression.

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Your mixing of wording with symbols is poorly formed for the meaning you want.

A = p(1+r)to the power of nT/n

The "power", an exponent is just T, because the n/n is equal to 1. If you mean something else, please show it at least using proper text expression.

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- jg.allinsymbols
**Posts:**71**Joined:**Sat Dec 29, 2012 2:42 am

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