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  • Algebra 1<br />Rearranging Formulas<br />EX1:The formula for the area of a triangle is A=12bh, where A = area, b = length of the base, and h = length of the height.<br />Solve this formula for the height (h).<br />When you rearrange a formula, your answer will be a _________________________________.<br />All the same parts will be there, just with a different __________________________________.<br />EX2:Make h the subject of the formula.<br />V=πr2h<br />Rearranging formulas work just like ___________________ equations. Circle what you want the new subject to be, then __________________ everything that has been done to it.<br />EX3:Make t the subject of the formula.<br />v=u+at<br />Homework:<br />Rearrange the formula so the letter in parentheses is the subject.<br />1.S=t+a(a)<br />2.PV=T(V)<br />3.2A=PQ(Q)<br />4.a=pq(p)<br />5.v=u+at(u)<br />6.S=t2(t)<br />7.x=y(y)<br />8.S=VAT500(T)<br />9.H=S-dl (l)<br />10.R=PQ2V(V)<br />