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Isolating an equation

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Homework Statement



How to isolate for “t” in equation.

Homework Equations



d=v2t-1/2a(t^2)

The Attempt at a Solution


d=v2t-1/2a(t^2)
 

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Homework Statement



How to isolate for “t” in equation.

Homework Equations



d=v2t-1/2a(t^2)

The Attempt at a Solution


d=v2t-1/2a(t^2)
Welcome to the PF. Are you familiar with factoring a polynomial equation?
 
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Welcome to the PF. Are you familiar with factoring a polynomial equation?
No I’m not sorry
 
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No I’m not sorry
Actually, that's a funny reply, depending on how you add punctuation to it...

"No, I'm not sorry"

"No I'm not, sorry"


LOL :smile:
 
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Actually, that's a funny reply, depending on how you add punctuation to it...

"No, I'm not sorry"

"No I'm not, sorry"


LOL :smile:
Hope he didn't mean to say the first one...:DD
 

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