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$$

r = \frac{q\left(1-\exp\left\{-\frac{u^2}{\varepsilon}\right\}\right)}{u(q-u)}

$$

So now I have this in the form $r = ue^u$ and I need to transform it to $u = w(r)$

I am not quite sure on how to do that though.

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- Thread starter
- #1

$$

r = \frac{q\left(1-\exp\left\{-\frac{u^2}{\varepsilon}\right\}\right)}{u(q-u)}

$$

So now I have this in the form $r = ue^u$ and I need to transform it to $u = w(r)$

I am not quite sure on how to do that though.

- Feb 5, 2012

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Hi dwsmith,So now I have this in the form $r = ue^u$.....

Did you transform the original equation into the form \(X=Ye^{Y}\) ? If so can we please see the result?

Kind Regards,

Sudharaka.