Q=I^2Rt/J Solve for R

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Q=I^2Rt/J Solve for R

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\[Q=\frac{ I^2Rt }{ J }\]like this??
Yes
first step.. multiply both sides by J''

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what do u get?
J cancels out
So you are left with the rest
yes on the right side of the equation and we r left with \[QJ=I^2Rt\]
next step divide both side by ....do u know?
nope
we need the R term alone so we can divide both sides by I^2t
\[\frac{ QJ }{ I^2t }=\frac{ I^2Rt }{ I^2t }\]
so the I^2t cancel out leaving R
Do u see that?
Ah yes yes I see
ok
So, what do you do after that?
we finish
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