May5

06-01-2006, 06:53 PM

Hi

my assignment is due today and my brain has gone to mash

i just need to know how to go from 1/x to x

thanks

my assignment is due today and my brain has gone to mash

i just need to know how to go from 1/x to x

thanks

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May5

06-01-2006, 06:53 PM

Hi

my assignment is due today and my brain has gone to mash

i just need to know how to go from 1/x to x

thanks

my assignment is due today and my brain has gone to mash

i just need to know how to go from 1/x to x

thanks

happy

06-01-2006, 06:58 PM

i just need to know how to go from 1/x to x

That makes no sense. What is the complete problem?

That makes no sense. What is the complete problem?

May5

06-01-2006, 07:02 PM

im trying to solve a number of equation for km and Vmax and at the moment they are all in 1/km and 1/Vmax form.

For example

1/Km is 75 and 1/Vmax is 0.03

For example

1/Km is 75 and 1/Vmax is 0.03

happy

06-01-2006, 07:05 PM

im trying to solve a number of equation for km and Vmax and at the moment they are all in 1/km and 1/Vmax form.

For example

1/Km is 75 and 1/Vmax is 0.03

Um... ????

For example

1/Km is 75 and 1/Vmax is 0.03

Um... ????

skeeter

06-01-2006, 07:14 PM

im trying to solve a number of equation for km and Vmax and at the moment they are all in 1/km and 1/Vmax form.

For example

1/Km is 75 and 1/Vmax is 0.03

Um... ????

yea, I know, looks bizarre to me also ... and I'm a physics teacher.

here's a shot in the dark ...

if 1/(km) = 75, then km = 1/75

if 1/v<sub>max</sub> = 0.03, then v<sub>max</sub> = 1/0.03 = 100/3

you know, it really would help if we knew what the original problem involved.

For example

1/Km is 75 and 1/Vmax is 0.03

Um... ????

yea, I know, looks bizarre to me also ... and I'm a physics teacher.

here's a shot in the dark ...

if 1/(km) = 75, then km = 1/75

if 1/v<sub>max</sub> = 0.03, then v<sub>max</sub> = 1/0.03 = 100/3

you know, it really would help if we knew what the original problem involved.

May5

06-01-2006, 07:23 PM

im doing a biochem assignment. they are results off a lineweaver-burk graph and the number you get off the graph is 1/km when what i need is the km.

thanks for your help

thanks for your help

happy

06-01-2006, 07:24 PM

Is this your assignment?

http://www.graphpad.com/curvefit/lineweaver__burk_.htm

http://www.graphpad.com/curvefit/lineweaver__burk_.htm

May5

06-01-2006, 07:27 PM

kind of except its 1/specific activity on the y axis

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