s*x^(α) = (n + g + σ) * xHi everyone,
could you tell me, step-by-step, how to solve the following equation:
s*x^(alpha) = (n + g + sigma)*x
I have to solve for x, but my main issue is the alpha over the x.
Thanks for your help
You have NOT shown any work done by you yet.Thanks Mr Khan for your response. Let me more precise, the ending result shall be in function of x.
x can't be cancelled out. I don't know how to write alpha off from x. This is my issue.
I have the ending solution but I can't reach it. It is :
x = [s/(n+g+σ )]^(1/(1-α ))
Hi, I have attached a file for you.Thanks Jomo for your reply.
However this case is a bit more complicated.
There's the x even in the right side of the equation. If you read my last message, you see that I've already applied this basic rule.
Hoping someone can help me
You were told to divide by x, so there is no x on the right hand side anymore. You were the one who asked for the next hint. I supplied one and you think that I am talking about the starting move.Thanks Jomo for your reply.
However this case is a bit more complicated.
There's the x even in the right side of the equation. If you read my last message, you see that I've already applied this basic rule.
Hoping someone can help me
In the future please do not solve problems for students. We do not do that on this forum.Hi, I have attached a file for you.
Sorry, I was not aware of that. But he seemed to have been struggling for a long time and to be unaware of the rules of indices. However, I will not do that again.In the future please do not solve problems for students. We do not do that on this forum.