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LaShai Group Title

Solve V = π r2h for h.

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  1. DarkendSinz30 Group Title
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    V = 2(pi)rh Divide by 2(pi)r on both sides V/2(pi)r = 2(pi)rh/2(pi)r V/2(pi)r = h h = V/2(pi)r

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    does that help you out

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  3. LaShai Group Title
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    I'm confused

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  4. DarkendSinz30 Group Title
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    your trying to find H correct?

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  5. LaShai Group Title
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    yes

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  6. DarkendSinz30 Group Title
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    what it is telling you to do is divide both sides of the equation by 2(pi)r to get the value of H

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  7. DarkendSinz30 Group Title
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    Look how the equation is written and it explains how it is done

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  8. LaShai Group Title
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    okay I get what you did now

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  9. DarkendSinz30 Group Title
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    that is how for these equations if you are trying to find the value the correct way should be how it is done!

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    Thank you

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  11. DarkendSinz30 Group Title
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    Your welcome

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  12. LaShai Group Title
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    I have another question. Solve P = 2(l + w) for l. What are the missing values in the table? P w l 14 2 ? 22 8 ?

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    okay here goes and follow these is best I can help you

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  14. DarkendSinz30 Group Title
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    Basically distribute the 2 with the l and w, so you end up with an equation of P = 2l+2w. Since you have the values for P and W, you can just plug them in, so the only term left would be "l". Does that make it more clear?

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    all you have to do is move the constants to one side and make "l" by itself, that would be your solution to "l".

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  16. LaShai Group Title
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    you had me up until you said plug in

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  17. DarkendSinz30 Group Title
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    place the number that is already given

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  18. LaShai Group Title
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    okay

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  19. DarkendSinz30 Group Title
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    got it

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  20. LaShai Group Title
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    yeah I got p-2w/2=l but how do I plug them in

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  21. DarkendSinz30 Group Title
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    type them in

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  22. LaShai Group Title
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    So 8 and 14 is my answer for l

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