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Can someone go through the steps to work out;
the c+d part is in a square root
If that makes sense
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Like the question on this http://getrevising.co.uk/forums/topics/rearranging_equations_another
you follow the same steps..
so your equation is square root of (C+D) = L
1. First square the whole equation
so you get, c + d = L squared
2. then you take away d from the equation
so you get c = (l squared) - d
Hope that helps !!!!!!
Sorry forgot to say that i need to make c the subject
Square both sides C+D=L^2
Minus D from both sides C=L^2-D (
Thanks guys :)
ur welcome :)
if you understand properly how i did that question, i suggest you start practisin a few more and apply it.. you need to practise the skill .. good luck !!!!!