Chapter 17 More Algebra

# 17.1 Rearranging Formulae

Rearranging formulae is a way of changing the subject of a formula. This can help us determine a missing value when we know other values within a formula. In this section, we learn about Rearranging Formulae.

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Rearranging formulae is a way ofÂ changing the subject of a formula. This can help us determine a missing value when we know other values within a formula. In this section, we learn about Rearranging Formulae.

Changing the subject of a formula where the power of the subject appears.

Rearranging Formulae - Rearranging Formulae