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    making a pronumeral the subject.

    Also having major problems with changing subject of equation:

    P= 1/3KW - make W the subject

    Any advice?
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    Is it P = \frac{1}{3}KW or P = \frac{1}{3KW}?
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    P = \frac{1}{3}KW

    3P = KW

    \frac{3P}{K} = W.
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