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Solve for t: I= Prt

I/pr = prt/pr

I/pr=t

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  1. Yeah, I think you get the idea. I just want to make sure your answer mean I/(Pr)=t not (I/P)r = t. Again, I think you got it right, but the way you typed your answer on the computer makes it look like (I/P)r = t, which is wrong.

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