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RiyaMoon

solve r = 1/2m^2p for p

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  1. kumar2006
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    p=2m^2r

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  2. RiyaMoon
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    can you show how you got that please?

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  3. RaphaelFilgueiras
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    \[r=1/2.(m^{2p})\] this is the eq?

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  4. dumbcow
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    is it \[r = \frac{1}{2}m^{2}p\]

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  5. RiyaMoon
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    its how dumbcow has it

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  6. dumbcow
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    2 steps step 1: multiply by 2 on both sides step 2: divide by m^2 on both sides

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  7. RiyaMoon
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    okay i understand that but i dont understand how the other dude got what he did. I just wanted to see the work to see if i had gotten it right

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  8. dumbcow
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    he has the m^2 in numerator where it should be in denominator

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  9. RiyaMoon
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    can you show me the work...cuz thats not helping me

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  10. dumbcow
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    i already did...do the 2 steps and you will have the answer

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  11. RiyaMoon
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    -sighs- fine.... youve pretty much just told me the answer which i didnt want

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  12. RiyaMoon
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    but thanks

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  13. dumbcow
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    haha sorry bit its the right one

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  14. RiyaMoon
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    yea i understand that i just wanted the work shown ...not the steps...i no the steps....

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  15. dumbcow
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    i dont understand...what work? you want me to just show you the answer

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  16. RiyaMoon
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    no never mind. i wanted to be shown how you got the anser, not the steps to get the answer. Wanted to know how you got it. I did the work but my answer is not the same

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