physiology (nernst equation)

If cell depolarises at +50mV, what are the concentrations of K+?
I am really confused how to use the nernst equation to get the concentrations. If I set up 58 [Kout]/[Kin] = 50, will that be right? I am not sure how to start this problem.

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