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    Ok I have approximately 1 hour left before I can no longer print this off so PLEASE hurry!


    I need a rearranging equations worksheet that comes with answers, preferably at least 15-20 questions and they must be of both simple and more complex difficulty (e.g some with rearranging square roots and such) - It would be ideal if they are sorta physics-equation style as that what the intended purpose is however if it's not I'm fine with that.

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    Neg rep isnt

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    Ok I have approximately 1 hour left before I can no longer print this off so PLEASE hurry!


    I need a rearranging equations worksheet that comes with answers, preferably at least 15-20 questions and they must be of both simple and more complex difficulty (e.g some with rearranging square roots and such) - It would be ideal if they are sorta physics-equation style as that what the intended purpose is however if it's not I'm fine with that.

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    Thanks.
    What level, and why do you need this worksheet? :confused:
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    (Original post by kidoo)
    Ok I have approximately 1 hour left before I can no longer print this off so PLEASE hurry!


    I need a rearranging equations worksheet that comes with answers, preferably at least 15-20 questions and they must be of both simple and more complex difficulty (e.g some with rearranging square roots and such) - It would be ideal if they are sorta physics-equation style as that what the intended purpose is however if it's not I'm fine with that.

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    Thanks.
    Surely you could do it?

    v= u + at
    make t the subject...make a the subject....

    There is one here
    http://www.gcsemathstutor.com/alg-form-changesubj01.php

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    Surely you could do it?

    v= u + at
    make t the subject...make a the subject....

    There is one here
    http://www.gcsemathstutor.com/alg-form-changesubj01.php

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    This is kind of like what I wanted but - No answers on this D:
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    What level, and why do you need this worksheet? :confused:
    A* GCSE or C1 rearranging level would be good. Basically I'm going to print it off today to do tomorrow during my free period before class because there is a test which involves this and if you fail it you get forced to go to work sessions -.-
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    A* GCSE or C1 rearranging level would be good. Basically I'm going to print it off today to do tomorrow during my free period before class because there is a test which involves this and if you fail it you get forced to go to sessions -.-
    OK, I'll see what I can find.
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    A* GCSE or C1 rearranging level would be good. Basically I'm going to print it off today to do tomorrow during my free period before class because there is a test which involves this and if you fail it you get forced to go to work sessions -.-
    This site is mainly aimed at A Level, but it's got loads of PDFs which take you through how to, say, find the equation of a line passing through two points, then it has some worked examples and exercises (answers at the back). I don't think you'll get anything much better than this without having to pay for it! :p:
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    This site is mainly aimed at A Level, but it's got loads of PDFs which take you through how to, say, find the equation of a line passing through two points, then it has some worked examples and exercises (answers at the back). I don't think you'll get anything much better than this without having to pay for it! :p:
    Okay yeah that helps, thanks.
 
 
 
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