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hi,

I've been given some rearranging formulae questions but i can do most of them. Except two which are ,

1. E=mgh+1/2mv². make m the subject of the formula

and

2. s=1/2(u+v)t make u the subject of the formula

could you show the working out please

thankyou

I've been given some rearranging formulae questions but i can do most of them. Except two which are ,

1. E=mgh+1/2mv². make m the subject of the formula

and

2. s=1/2(u+v)t make u the subject of the formula

could you show the working out please

thankyou

2.

s = (u+v)t/2

2 = (u+v)t

(2s)/t = u + v

(2s)/t -v = u

s = (u+v)t/2

2 = (u+v)t

(2s)/t = u + v

(2s)/t -v = u

nah fam

wait yeh fam sry bruv

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can someone please explain what principle domain is and why the answer is a not c?Maths

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