Combining formulars

Hi guys

I have question in my homework to rearrange 2 equations. see picture attached.

the equation has to have F as the subject and not have Ev in the equation.

Can someone point me in the right direction please

Gareth
 

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Hi,
I´ll help you with the first step:
Both formulars express Eph.
So you have to replace Eph in both of them and write the remaining parts as one equation.
Then the rest should be easy.
Greetings,
Firelion
 
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Hi,
I´ll help you with the first step:
Both formulars express Eph.
So you have to replace Eph in both of them and write the remaing parts as an equation.
Then the rest should be easy.
Greetings,
Firelion
Ah right.

Thanks for the help by the way.

I have attached my first atempt. Is this correct or could you tell me where I have gone wrong?

Gareth
 

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Maybe what I'm saying is stupid, but can't you simply put them together?
By doing so, you would have:

hc*t/b= h*f
then you can transform it into

f= hc*t / (b*h)

EDIT: pardon me...I haven't seen that someone had already answered...
 
Seems perfectly correct to me.
 

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