Solve for t u=k(1+nt)

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u=k(1+nt)
Rewrite the equation as k(1+nt)=u.
k(1+nt)=u
Divide each term by k and simplify.
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Divide each term in k(1+nt)=u by k.
k(1+nt)k=uk
Cancel the common factor of k.
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Cancel the common factor.
k(1+nt)k=uk
Divide 1+nt by 1.
1+nt=uk
1+nt=uk
1+nt=uk
Subtract 1 from both sides of the equation.
nt=uk-1
Divide each term by n and simplify.
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Divide each term in nt=uk-1 by n.
ntn=uk⋅1n+-1n
Cancel the common factor of n.
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Cancel the common factor.
ntn=uk⋅1n+-1n
Divide t by 1.
t=uk⋅1n+-1n
t=uk⋅1n+-1n
Simplify each term.
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Multiply uk and 1n.
t=ukn+-1n
Move the negative in front of the fraction.
t=ukn-1n
t=ukn-1n
t=ukn-1n
Solve for t u=k(1+nt)

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