# As physics rearranging equations

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#1
How do i rearrange the following equation
v2 =u2 +2as
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14 years ago
#2
(Original post by znicz)
How do i rearrange the following equation
v2 =u2 +2as
Here is solution
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14 years ago
#3
V2-U2= 2as
v2-u2/2a= S

Hope u understand...havent used subscripts!
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#4
You do it in exactly the same way as you do in the question you asked a few days ago here :

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/t167111.html

Without trying to be too nasty, if you can't see how to use the method I showed you to get the answer to this question, you're in serious trouble for physics AS Level.
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#5
Thanks a lot . I really need to learn how to do this myself
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14 years ago
#6
(Original post by AlphaNumeric)
Without trying to be too nasty, if you can't see how to use the method I showed you to get the answer to this question, you're in serious trouble for physics AS Level.
I was going to say the same, my Math isn't great, but you should be able to manage stuff like that. Many Physics books now have sections devoted to covering the Mathematical requirements from Physics AS & A levels, you should try covering those sections before even bothering with the actual Physics.
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#7
(Original post by hira89)
V2-U2= 2as
v2-u2/2a= S

Hope u understand...havent used subscripts!
I presume the omission of brackets was a typo.... but in reply to someone having trouble with maths mistakes with brackets should be avoided.

(v2-u2 )/2a= S
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14 years ago
#8
OK sorry you're right
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#9
(Original post by steve2005)
Here is solution
Dude, you're over-complicating a simple rearrangement.
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#10
(Original post by Bleh)
Dude, you're over-complicating a simple rearrangement.
If I were doing the rearrangement I would do it in my head. BUT the person that asked the question clearly didn't think it simple. My method shows how it can be done.
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(Original post by steve2005)
If I were doing the rearrangement I would do it in my head. BUT the person that asked the question clearly didn't think it simple. My method shows how it can be done.
Pathetic.
Why do you waste your time producing solutions to such basic problems?
By all means produce solutions for complicated problems but otherwise bugger off, because by the time you've posted in the majority of cases, about 5 or so people have already answered.
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14 years ago
#12
(Original post by Widowmaker)
Pathetic.
What's the problem ? Steve was answering a question by junior member. Widowmaker - calm down.
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2 years ago
#13
yeah but how'd you get a?
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