# SOLUTION: Q1. Rearrange x = 1/2 A In (q - 3) + c to obtain q Q2. Make y the subject E = P (1 - e^(y - 1))

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Complex Numbers Question 136751: Q1. Rearrange x = 1/2 A In (q - 3) + c to obtain q Q2. Make y the subject E = P (1 - e^(y - 1))Answer by ankor@dixie-net.com(15654)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Q1. Rearrange x = 1/2 A In (q - 3) + c to obtain q : Multiply equation by 2 to get rid of the denominator 2x = A*ln(q-3) + 2c : Subtract 2c from both sides: 2x - 2c = A*ln(q-3) : Divide both sides by A = ln(q-3) : Use the exponent equivalent of logs = q - 3; Note that is the exponent of e Add 3 to both sides q = : : Q2. Make y the subject E = P (1 - e^(y - 1)) Divide both sides by P = or we can arrange it: = 1 - Find the natural log of both sides(ln of e is 1) y - 1 = Add 1 to both sides: y = +1