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Topic: rearranging formula
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Jim Sprigs

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Re: rearranging formula
Posted: Oct 31, 2005 6:22 PM
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Vincent Johns wrote:
>
> geletine wrote:

> > when i said " I use it for showing mathematical or scientific
> > expresssions " i was being honest to your question, not being arrogant.
> >
> > Also i wanted to show the question i had difficulty with and using
> > latex was the best way of expressing it, writing a document in ms word
> > doesn't mean i know every line of code microsoft used to make ms word.
> >
> > i am indeed learning basic algebra, and without expressing it properly
> > on usenet, i would have got the wrong answer.

>
> There are some conventions we use on a.a.h. to make the mathematical
> expressions easier to understand when typed as ASCII strings; see the
> link "Typing Mathematical Expressions on alt.algebra.help" on the page
> at http://aah.ryan-usa.com/. The guidelines may not cover some things
> you might want to say, but they do help.
>
> Your original expression,
>
> R = 3 sqrt 3.v / 4 pi
>
> , if I understood it correctly, might have been better rendered here as
>
> R = 3*sqrt(3)*v / (4*pi)


According to r = 3sqrt[]{frac{3. v}{4 tmop{pi}}} the formula is

R = 3 sqrt (3v /(4 pi)).

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