Use Algebra to solve = + for if = 245m/s, a= 19m/s squared, and t = 22s

I just want to be put on the right track... now I seen many examples for this online. I just am primiarily confused because of the units of time and speed.

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- January 14th 2012, 09:18 AMProsercunusUse Algebra to solve
Use Algebra to solve = + for if = 245m/s, a= 19m/s squared, and t = 22s

I just want to be put on the right track... now I seen many examples for this online. I just am primiarily confused because of the units of time and speed. - January 14th 2012, 09:24 AMemakarovRe: Use Algebra to solve
In solving for , you can ignore the units. Units are useful to check that expressions that you are evaluating make physical sense, but they don't contribute to the numerical answer.

Start by subtracting from both sides of the equation. - January 14th 2012, 09:34 AMProsercunusRe: Use Algebra to solve
Thank you very much. I figured it out and it was right, I made it harder than it should of been.