French error when solving an equation

12032015, 09:04 AM
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French error when solving an equation
Hey there. The oddities continue.
I was trying to solve the following equation for x: 1/sqrt(x) = 1.74 2*log((2k/d)+(18.6/(r*sqrt(x)))) When I use specific values for k, d and r, I get the correct answer. When attempting to solve it to an x=f(k,d,r) I get an error: "Impossible d'isoler, Error: Valeur Argument Incorrecte" Again, the Android app produces the same result. Why can't the Prime do that, and why the hell does it give me errors in French? 

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