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If I have a formula of
L= 3^square root of W/(divided)c

L=4 and c= 0.0040
and I am trying to find W how would I do that

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    Your equation does not make it clear if "divided by c" term is also under the cube root sign. I will assume that it is.

    What you have is:

    4 = (W/c)^1/3

    where c = 0.004. (The exponent ^1/3 means the same thing as cube root.)

    4 = (W/.004)^(1/3)
    Now cube both sides of the equation

    64 = W/0.004
    W = 0.256

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