Well, my physics teacher loves to make his problems hard, so he makes the physics portion of the problem med difficulty but he makes it so you have to solve with more than 1 unknown present. With big problems on forces I get lost in the algebra so.. i'm trying to improve my algebra skills. If anyone could give a couple algebra problems with 2 unknowns and solve for both, I would be grateful. Give me some nasty ones :)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I was making one up my self and couldn't figure it out.

8=2(2^2)

8=x(k^2)

I tired solving that but I couldn't get the answer, :yuck:

thanks

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# Homework Help: 2+ unknowns

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