Rearranging Formulas Self Check

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Rearranging Formulas Self Check - Quiz

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  • 1. 

    Solve for the desired varaible stated.

    The equation n = 360/c is the desired variable that needs to be solved for. It represents a relationship between n and c, where n is equal to 360 divided by c.

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    Solve for the desired variable stated.   *If you need to write a variable squared then use the carrot button ^.  It is located above on the 6 key.  Ex. a^2.  If you need to use the square root then use the abreviation: sq rt.

    The given correct answer shows the correct equation to solve for the desired variable, which is b. It correctly states that b is equal to the square root of c^2 minus a^2. The answer also provides alternative formats of the equation to accommodate different notations or formatting preferences.

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    Solve for the desire variable Stated.  C = 5/9 (F –32 ) Solve for F.    

    The given equation is a formula for converting temperature from Celsius (C) to Fahrenheit (F). By rearranging the equation, we can solve for F. The correct answer options all represent the rearranged equation F = (9/5)C + 32, which shows that F is equal to 9/5 times C plus 32.

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    Solve for the desired variable. *  Remember to show a square root in your answer type: sq rt .       

    The correct answer is d = sq rt KL/R, d = Sq RtKL/R, d=sq rtKL/R.

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