If this is your formula:
then multiplying both sides by and deviding both sides by F gives you:
continueing:
I'm really sorry for this because I know it's not the hardest of formulas, but I have a complete blank on how to do it.
I need to make t the subject of the formula.
F= 8 / root(t^2-6)
^2 being squared.
Don't worry, it's not for any homework or assignment, I'm revising for my exam in 3 weeks time. I know it's silly that I can't do this at such a late stage, but can anyone help?
I thought I had to times both sides by root(t^2-6) and divide both sides by F first, but I could easily be wrong.