I know the rules say I have to try and solve the equation on my own first, step-by-step, and that you're not allowed to just give me the answer, and that you're not doing other people's homework for them.
This is not homework. I'm retaking an exam in university, that does not allow you to retake/repeat a course. I don't have a teacher available, nor a class. You're 100% on your own if you have to study for a reexam. I tried to reach out to the tutor I paid to help me last time (which was winter 2021), but he is unavailable for health reasons. I haven't had math since upper secondary school in 2019.
For some reason, enzyme kinetics are exceedingly difficult for me to grasp. I've tried reading and watching youtube. It's embarrasing, but I still don't get it. The exam is on june 22 and there's a lot of other things I need to study, which means I can't afford to spend an immense amount of time on a single area at the cost of studying everything else. I've already wasted too much time on this and getting nowhere. Sorry for the wall of text, but I'm getting a little desperate here.
I really, really need someone to show me how to solve the equation, step by step. From that I'll likely be able to derive from it what I need to solve similar questions (of which there are several). Please, will you make an exception for me?