# Math HELP!! Who can solve??

I'm totally confused on these?

Which is D = 2zv solved for v?�
A. v= 2z / D
�B. V= d / 2z
c. V = D - 2z
D. V=D / Z

Which is Q = 200P/L solved for P?
�A. P= QL/200
�B. P=200L/Q
�C. P=200QL�
D. P=200/QL

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1. None of those but D/(2z), perhaps B

Q L / 200 or A

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2. I don't understand how you calculate them in the first place?

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3. I suggest you give them sample values to find the answer.

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4. If I tell you that

2x = 10

how do you find x? You just divide by 2 on both sides of the equation, so you wind up with x all alone.

Similarly, if you have

D = 2zv

and you want to find v, just recognize that

D = (2z)v

and you want to divide by the 2z to get v by itself. Thus,

D/(2z) = v

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6. ONE THRU 22

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7. For the Q one it is A.

Also who like me name?

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8. A is correct Angelica, Eliza, and Peggy!!
I like yo name

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10. A is the correct answer. I promise

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11. Boom

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12. It’s B . 💖✌️

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13. So what is the answer?

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14. I'm totally confused 😗✌

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15. Its A

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16. Its B

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17. look at guy name above me then my name lol

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