# Rearranging formulae

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#1
Hi, basically I'm struggling to rearrange this formula to work out P1, any help would be greatly appreciated
0.103 = (P1 + 13 - 327)/327.
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8 years ago
#2
(Original post by Gabbar_Singh)
Hi, basically I'm struggling to rearrange this formula to work out P1, any help would be greatly appreciated
0.103 = (P1 + 13 - 327)/327.
First you can do 13-327 as they do not both need to be there
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8 years ago
#3
Why don't you try multiplying both sides by 327

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#4
(Original post by MsFahima)
Why don't you try multiplying both sides by 327

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#5

(Original post by Mr M)
It does if you do it correctly.

Could you give us a breakdown please.
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8 years ago
#6
(Original post by Gabbar_Singh)
Hi, basically I'm struggling to rearrange this formula to work out P1, any help would be greatly appreciated
0.103 = (P1 + 13 - 327)/327.
you basically do the opposite of what it says but first work out 13-327
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8 years ago
#7
(Original post by Gabbar_Singh)
Hi, basically I'm struggling to rearrange this formula to work out P1, any help would be greatly appreciated
0.103 = (P1 + 13 - 327)/327.
Isn't it 0.103 = P1 +13 ?
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#8
(Original post by Tim2341)
Isn't it 0.103 = P1 +13 ?
No way, come on guys this is GCSE grade D stuff lol.
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#9
(Original post by mightyfrog2_10)
No way, come on guys this is GCSE grade D stuff lol.
I got a U for math
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#10
(Original post by mightyfrog2_10)
No way, come on guys this is GCSE grade D stuff lol.
Can I post the answer to you
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#11
(Original post by Tim2341)
Isn't it 0.103 = P1 +13 ?
No because the answer is 348.
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#12
(Original post by Tim2341)
I got a U for math
you were on the right lines but you forgot the 1 at the end.
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#13
Can anyone give me a breakdown please?
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#14
(Original post by Gabbar_Singh)
No because the answer is 348.
Yes I know, I got 347.68
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#15
(Original post by Gabbar_Singh)
No because the answer is 348.
Use Mathswatch if you want a good grade in GCSE Maths.
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#16
(Original post by Gabbar_Singh)
No because the answer is 348.
0.103 = p1 - 314 / 327

You can work out the rest, there are guidelines about giving answers
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#17
(Original post by Gabbar_Singh)
Hi, basically I'm struggling to rearrange this formula to work out P1, any help would be greatly appreciated
0.103 = (P1 + 13 - 327)/327.
(Original post by Gabbar_Singh)
Can anyone give me a breakdown please?
you want to work out P1, so you need P1 to remain on the Right Hand Side.
you can first work out what 13-327 = -314
you basically do the opposite of what it says on the right hand side - to make 327 go to the other side you have to multiply 0.103 by 327, now you have 33.681 = P1 - 314
now how will we get P1 from the equation above?
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#18
(Original post by Tim2341)
I got a U for math
Are you resitting GCSE Maths?
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#19
(Original post by mightyfrog2_10)
Are you resitting GCSE Maths?
No. I left it at that.
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#20
(Original post by Tim2341)
No. I left it at that.
Well you need to definitely retake it man. If you want a well paid job in the future, employers will be looking for a minimum of a C grade in GCSE Maths.
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