# Algebra

solve each formula for the indicated variable.

A) a= v/t for v=?
B) pe= mgh for g=?
C) p= 2(l+w) for w=?
D) d= a+abc for c=?

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1. a. v = at
b.g = pe/mh
c. p/2 -l = w
d. (d-a)/ab = c

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