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Finding the unknown in an equation

Standard equation/formula Ke=D0(1+g) 10%= 3(1+g) --------- + g putting in data becomes ------- +g P0 40 I am looking for g and have the anwer how does it become:- g = 4-3 ---- = 2.33% 43 Please help
Question asked by: rhian1984

Asked on: 27 Mar 2009

Simply multiply out the brackets through the equation and then re-arrange to solve to the solution for the value.
By: knowitall
Replied at: 05 Apr 2009
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