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How do i rearrange the equation to make d the subject.

e = d/ab (d/ab has a square root sign over it)

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asked by joleen
  1. e^2*(ab)=d

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    posted by Joe
  2. divide both sides by e^2(ab).
    then u rewrite the equation for d= -e^2(ab).

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    posted by George

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