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Re: Help solving equation
Posted:
Oct 11, 2005 2:26 AM


On 20051004, HoMoon115 <homoon115@yahoo.com> wrote: > > Q = 10L  1/2000 (L)squared > > Is it possible to solve for L in this equation?
Yes.
Assuming that the equation you meant to write was Q = 10 L  (1/2000) L^2 , this is a standard quadratic formula and can be solved with any of the techniques taught in Algebra 1 for solving quadratics.
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