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Hi new to this fluid mechanics help needed

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Hi folks im currently doing a question in fluid mechanics and i need some help rearranging formula to solve the equation.... I have everyhting i just cant seem to figure how to make u( Velocity) the subject of the equation....

The equation is μ = Fx/uA

Thanks in advance
Eddie
 
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bump.... Some help please!!!!!
 
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From q=Fx/uA:

- Multiply both sides by u to get:
qu=Fx/A

- Then divide both sides by q to get:
u=Fx/Aq

Hope it helps. And it might be an idea to be polite mate, not every question can get answered with 30 mins!
 

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bump.... Some help please!!!!!
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