kserena28
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Could someone please show me how to rearrange this to find u, t and a?
I'm usually good with rearranging equations but this one goes wrong every time!
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u= (s-(at^2)/2) / t
t= (s-(at^2)/2) / u
a= 2*(s-ut)/t^2
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(Original post by neometalero)
u= (s-(at^2)/2) / t
t= (s-(at^2)/2) / u
a= 2*(s-ut)/t^2
thank you!
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(Original post by kserena28)
thank you!
cheers
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