Quentin,
If I read your HTML tags correctly, your result is correct (numerically,
dimensional analysis doesn't work). Commonly, I've seen carat ^ or
double asterisk ** used to indicate exponentiation. As always,
parentheses can be used to clarify.
Regards,
Dave
Quentin wrote:
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> First, how do you show superscript in text messages?
> I'll be using HTML tags to indicate superscript (<sup></sup>)
>
> I can't the correct result from this equation:
> C = (0.09*E*t <sup>2</sup> /K <sup>4</sup> )<sup>1/3</sup>
> If E=100, t=500 microsecs (500E-6), and K=13
> then:
> C=[0.09*100*(500E-6)<sup>2</sup>/(13)<sup>4</sup>]<sup>1/3</sup>
> is what?
> The example gives the answer to be 0.199E-3 Farad
>
> I keep on getting 0.422E-3 Farad.
> Where did I go wrong or is it them?
>
> Maybe it is getting too late here.
>
> Thanks
> Quentin
>
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