Help with rearranging formula x(squared) - y + 2ab = 4 for y

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Help with rearranging formula x(squared) - y + 2ab = 4 for y

Postby squidney » Fri Oct 11, 2013 6:20 pm

Question is x(squared) - y + 2ab = 4 And the the variable needed to be isolated is y

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Re: Help with rearranging formula x(squared) - y + 2ab = 4 f

Postby anonmeans » Fri Oct 11, 2013 9:11 pm

squidney wrote:Question is x(squared) - y + 2ab = 4 And the the variable needed to be isolated is y

If they did "C - y = 4", would you know what to do? It's pretty much the same here.

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Re: Help with rearranging formula x(squared) - y + 2ab = 4 f

Postby mabasamunashe » Thu Oct 17, 2013 9:16 pm

:wave: -y=-x^2-2ab+4 then multiply or divide by -1 to get y=x^2+2ab-4


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