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rearrange the following equations to make x the subject:

sx2
r= -
2t


6y=9-3x


thaks any ideas would be great

hey , i see u got ur mailing of the ECA as well , i find it hard too

maybe we cod help each other out

yeh i did! it looks quite hard so any help from each other would be great!
ive just sent of TMA 08 and about to start TMA 09 which TMAs did u choose?

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