Don't try to cram so much on one line. New lines don't cost anything. Code readability is surprisingly important. Spread those calculations across several lines so that you can actually read them and understand what they're doing. Then you'll be able to spot the problem.
Here's the fundamental problem:
You're missing a parenthesis somewhere. Now even if you fix the error, this throws the entire equation into question, because you already know you got the parenthesis wrong... so even if you get around the compiler error the equation itself might still be wrong.
So really, my advise is throw that whole line out and rewrite it. But this time, split it up into different chunks that are simpler and easier to understand.
Somewhere in the middle of that line is this bit: SpeedResistance*0.01))0.2 where there is no operator (such as + or *) before the 0.2.
And learn the rules of precedence. There are only + - and * there. Just remember that 2*3+4*5 is interpreted as (2*3) + (4*5) without any need for extra typing. And you certainly don't need an open-bracket the start of the line, or around single items such as (1) or (Speed).
That line urgently needs simplification. I'd also press the 'return' key to split it into separate lines - the compiler won't mind, and it will aid legibility.
I've guessed a bit at the intentions and inserted an extra multiplication sign. This is my version of line 28: