Yes I am a student, and a newby, please be gentle with me . I am looking for help rearranging this formula I devised for a project (yes it is correct). Manipulation is not my thing so if anyone can crack it I would appreciate time and workings, I am sure this is easy for most people with an interest in math / physics.
Here goes- (((F/R)-m)/6)R=M, I need to make R the subject but I cannot figure out how to get the middle R out.
Happy figuring
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T
Awesome, That is sooo cool , I have checked it and it works but I am confused about some of your workings. Yes I am fascinated by how manipulation works but get confused by some issues. I had the right idea but I still cannot understand what happened to the middle R as it has just disappeared, I thought it would affect the other R to become R squared or 2R somehow. Why has it just been dropped?
I appreciate your help as I get very frustrated with this sort of thing, especially when I have been so clever with creating an effective formula lol.
Cheers
T
Thanks for the help. Its like multipliyng 1/2 by 2. I thought in this case both numerator and denominator would have had to be multiplied, still leaving FR. However I now understand what has been done.
Thanks to both advisors. My confidence is renewed. I see an A+ in sight lol.
Cheers
T