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Hey guys,

Id just like to know what the rearranged formulas for q-mc(delta)T are.

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Id just like to know what the rearranged formulas for q-mc(delta)T are.

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q/ΔT = mc
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Id just like to know what the rearranged formulas for q-mc(delta)T are.

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1/ΔT = mc/q
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Hey guys,

Id just like to know what the rearranged formulas for q-mc(delta)T are.

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I'm not quite sure what you mean...
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Id just like to know what the rearranged formulas for q-mc(delta)T are.

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q/ΔTc = m
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Id just like to know what the rearranged formulas for q-mc(delta)T are.

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q/ΔTmc = 1
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Hey guys,

Id just like to know what the rearranged formulas for q-mc(delta)T are.

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q/mc = ΔT

... are you starting to get the idea?
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I basically am very bad at maths and I'd just like to know what the rearranged formulas are. Like I understand that m=Q/CT other than that Im lost...
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q/ΔTmc = 1

Urmm whats the 1?
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Urmm whats the 1?
Its just one. If you rearrange the equation you can get this.


Im not trying to be rude but if you're studying A2 physics you should have an understanding of how to rearrange equations, that's GCSE maths. You should do some practice and Asl some teachers for help if you struggle.

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Its just one. If you rearrange the equation you can get this.


Im not trying to be rude but if you're studying A2 physics you should have an understanding of how to rearrange equations, that's GCSE maths. You should do some practice and Asl some teachers for help if you struggle.

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Nah its okay but im studying as chemistry, and my teacher told me that we need to know the rearranged formula for future examination questions.
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Nah its okay but im studying as chemistry, and my teacher told me that we need to know the rearranged formula for future examination questions.
Memorising all the different forms of any equation is completely stupid, just learn how to rearrange. It's not hard


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