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Akeller27

SOLVE i=prt for p

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  1. godorovg
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    i can help you with this..

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  2. godorovg
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    first i=prt okay because we are solving for P ask yourself how to get P alone?

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    A-p=I-rt B-first attachment C-P=IRT D-second attachment

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    umm...i don't know

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  5. godorovg
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    I have seen the problem, not sure what needs to happen. Can you explain this further to me so I am clear on what is being asked?

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    are we solving for a letter with both? is there more to this?

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  7. Akeller27
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    you have to find out what p is look at the answers to see for an idea

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    this is all their is

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  9. godorovg
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    okay I got this one.

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  10. godorovg
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    first in case we are solving for P so we have a problem like this i=prt for p. first thing look at the problem and what has to be done to get P alone. well, hint divide by something and that makes the P myself do what to divide by?

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  11. Akeller27
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    i have no clue

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  12. godorovg
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    okay let me give a hint r and t what happens when you divide them?

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  13. Akeller27
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    you get p alone?

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  14. godorovg
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    if you divide Rt by this problem.. i=prt for p you get i/rt=p or P=i/rt

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    yes that is what you are solving for P

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  16. Akeller27
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    so a b c or d

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  17. godorovg
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    can list choices for a,b,c or d?

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    what is A,B,C or D?

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  19. Akeller27
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    i already did

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    A-p=I-rt B-first attachment C-P=IRT D-second attachment13 minutes ago 2 attachments 02_05c_34_11.gif 02_05c_34_13.gif

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  22. godorovg
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    it's the first where p=I/rt

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  23. Akeller27
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    kay thanks for the help

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  24. godorovg
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    not a problem do you want to one more?

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  25. Akeller27
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    do u think the way you wrote it it is b

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  26. godorovg
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    you only have two answers listed the first one is P-I/rt and the other one is P=1-i/t there are no more, so I am not sure what B,C or D is??

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