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Hill's equation gives a relation between muscle contraction rates νν and muscle tension TT

(T+α)(ν+β)=(T0+α)β(T+α)(ν+β)=(T0+α)β

for positive parameters αα and ββ and resting tension T0T0. Rewrite the equation so that the contraction rate is a function of tension.

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