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Was needing some homwork help if anyone don't mind helping!

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It a class discussion post, that i'm needing help with.
Alright.
o Share a popular formula or application that has more two or more variables.

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\(E=MC^2]\) springs to mind \(E\) and \(M\) are variables, \(C\) is the speed of light (not a variable)
Umm, P= 2L + 2W
Math is my worst subject, so i really dont no anything about it
Next question is o Some formulas that you have studied in previous weeks that have two or more variables are:
I'm not sure if i have to work it out.
are u sure how to work that one out hero?
typed it wrong..
Do you know how to work it out?
Agreed @Hero
I asked for help, not smart remarks
@Hero wasnt being smart, his answer is correct. Most ppl have learned the slope-intercept form of a line.

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