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e=square root d/ab,make d the subject

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asked by centya
  1. or, as we say in English, "solve for d"

    e = √d/ab
    eab = √d
    (eab)^2 = d

    if you were careless with parentheses, and meant

    e = √(d/ab)
    e^2 = d/ab
    abe^2 = d

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