# SOLUTION: I am using the formula w = Cr^-2. The value for w is 100 and the value for r is 3,963. In solving for C, I get a very large number.... 1,570,536,900. Is this correct?

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Complex Numbers Question 323187: I am using the formula w = Cr^-2. The value for w is 100 and the value for r is 3,963. In solving for C, I get a very large number.... 1,570,536,900. Is this correct?Answer by checkley77(12569)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!w = Cr^-2 C=W/R^-2 C=WR^2 C=100*3963^2 C=100*15,705,369 C=1.570,536,900 ANS.