Benjamin Iseguan
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Make t the subject of the formula in the equation
S = ut + 1/2 at²
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S-ut = 1/2at^2
2s-2ut = at^2
√2s-2ut = at
(√2s-2ut)/a = t
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(Original post by Ewan__)
S-ut = 1/2at^2
2s-2ut = at^2
√2s-2ut = at
(√2s-2ut)/a = t
You still have one t on the LHS. You want all ts on one side.

OP, do you know how to ‘complete the square’? Or do you know the quadratic formula?
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(Original post by GrayestOwl0900)
You still have one t on the LHS. You want all ts on one side.

Do you know how to ‘complete the square’?
Whoops didn't read it properly
Im acting off of 3 hours of sleep
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