# Help with simple maths problemWatch

#1
I've been told that 1/Vmax = 3.3738

so Vmax = 0.296

I'm confused about how the answer is 0.296. Could someone explain to me the calculation I need to do to get 0.296

Thanks
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2 years ago
#2
(Original post by jaffacakes101)
I've been told that 1/Vmax = 3.3738

so Vmax = 0.296

I'm confused about how the answer is 0.296. Could someone explain to me the calculation I need to do to get 0.296

Thanks
If then multiply both sides by a: , and then divide both sides by b:

So .
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#3
(Original post by Zacken)
If then multiply both sides by a: , and then divide both sides by b:

So .
Thank you so much
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2 years ago
#4
(Original post by jaffacakes101)
Thank you so much
You're very welcome.
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