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**1. Please can you help me rearrange this formula to find t. I am finding it very difficult.**

**2. Rearrange formula s=ut+1/2at^2 to find 't'**

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um I know that since both side of the equation are equal anything you do to oneside you must do to the other so it stays equal while rearranging and for everything that has already been done to the first part you must do the opposite.

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I dont sorry but after looking on the internet I think its:

ax^2+bx+c=0

ax^2+bx+c=0

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um I know that since both side of the equation are equal anything you do to oneside you must do to the other so it stays equal while rearranging and for everything that has already been done to the first part you must do the opposite.

You can solve it using what you've stated here too. Did you learn about "completing the square"?

hint: if not, do a google search on it

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