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# Transpose for h. V = (h/6)(3r2 + h2) watch

1. h3 +3hr2 -6v=0 can someone solve this cubic equation for me plzzzzz.....
2. h=0, v=0.
3. wat i didn't understand... can u plzz solve it...
4. I assume you mean:

If you subsitute h=0 and v=0, the equation is solved!
5. can you plzzzz spell correctly.
(what, you and please by the way)
6. but i need to transpose h from this equation
7. are you there?
8. Transpose for h.
V = (h/6)(3r^2 + h^2)
9. Transpose for h.
V = (h/6)(3r2 + h2)

10. is one solution. I must be bored.
11. hw did u work it out??

12. Who are you? What level of schooling are you at? Where did this question come from? What the hell does "transpose for h" mean?
13. hahaha... lol this is a question in my maths assignment for access to HE course..
14. transpose for h means make h subject of formula
15. Oh. I've never heard that phrase before. Looks like noobynoo already did it. I have no idea how though.

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