# Maths homework help

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#1
I'm stuck on this question any help?

Make t the subject of the formula
P = 3-2t/4+t
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#2
(Original post by _Robyn_)
I'm stuck on this question any help?

Make t the subject of the formula
P = 3-2t/4+t
What have you tried so far?
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#3
(Original post by _Robyn_)
I'm stuck on this question any help?

Make t the subject of the formula
P = 3-2t/4+t
Get all the t's to one side then expand the bracket
Last edited by GTT21; 1 month ago
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#4
(Original post by GTT21)
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It’s better to help the OP figure it out with guidance rather then just giving them the solution straight away.
Last edited by mnot; 1 month ago
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#5
(Original post by GTT21)
P(4+t)=3-2t
Please edit - we just give a hint not so much detail
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#6
(Original post by Hiim)
First get rid of the fraction but multiplying it out.
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#7
(Original post by GTT21)
P(4+t)=3-2t
4P+Pt=3-2t
Pt=3-2t-4P
Pt+2t=3-4P
t(P+2)=3-4P
t=3-4P/P+2
Get all the t's to one side then expand the bracket
Thank you!
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#8
(Original post by Muttley79)
Please edit - we just give a hint not so much detail
Oh okay, sorry
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