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1. √3n+4p=m

make n the subject of the formula?
2. (Original post by Science student1)
√3n+4p=m

make n the subject of the formula?
Is the square root sign for 3n+4p or just 3n?
3. (Original post by Science student1)
√3n+4p=m

make n the subject of the formula?
Is that or ? Or even ?
4. (Original post by C0pper)
Is that or ? Or even ?
the second one thx
5. (Original post by C0pper)
Is that or ? Or even ?
6. (Original post by C0pper)
Is that or ? Or even ?

the second one thx
7. (Original post by Science student1)
the second one thx
What have you tried so far?
8. (Original post by Science student1)
the second one thx
second one
9. (Original post by Science student1)
√3n+4p=m

make n the subject of the formula?
okay so BIDMAS is the order for calculations right (brackets, indices, divide, multiply, add, subtract). To rearrange an equation you do reverse BIDMAS. Also called SAMDIB
10. (Original post by Zacken)
marry me
11. (Original post by Science student1)
the second one thx
What Pheonixfeather3 said basically Take anything that isn't an 'n' term over to the right hand side, then look to divide through to get just 'n=....'
12. √3n+4p=m
3n+4p=m (squared)
3n=m (squared) - 4p
n=[m (squared) - 4p] ÷3

Science student1
13. (Original post by C0pper)
marry me

(Original post by Matrix123)
...
C'mon man. Full solutions are against forum guidelines, hinting at the OP and letting her solve the problem by her/himself with minimal guidance is going to improve her/his maths skills, not just blurting out the answer.
14. (Original post by Zacken)

C'mon man. Full solutions are against forum guidelines, hinting at the OP and letting her solve the problem by her/himself with minimal guidance is going to improve her/his maths skills, not just blurting out the answer.
*Oops!* Note to self for future reference. Thanks for pointing that out.
15. (Original post by Zacken)
You're not worth a latex proposal, gotta try harder
16. (Original post by C0pper)
You're not worth a latex proposal, gotta try harder
(Original post by Zacken)

C'mon man. Full solutions are against forum guidelines, hinting at the OP and letting her solve the problem by her/himself with minimal guidance is going to improve her/his maths skills, not just blurting out the answer.
Who is this?
17. (Original post by TeeEm)
Who is this?
18. (Original post by Zacken)
19. (Original post by TeeEm)
Band from the 80's?
20. (Original post by Zacken)
Band from the 80's?
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