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#1 teslacoil

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Posted 07 November 2013 - 09:31 PM

Hi can i change the subject of a letter in a formula? For example, V = 4/3πR^3 How would I, using the calculator in formula typing mode , make R the subject in this formula? I have a Casio fx5800p

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Posted 09 November 2013 - 03:36 PM

Hello teslacoil and welcome to UCF! You should introduce yourself.

I am not sure that the calculator can do that for you, but it isn't very difficult to do it yourself.

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Posted 09 November 2013 - 07:21 PM

sorry İ did introduced right now :)

No i just wanted to know the capacity of the device.There are other equations that the solution is given and they ask you to find the variable in reverse

like E=((100.l.P)/(kqV^2)).f(w):f(w)=(1+12q) E=10 q=? I looked up the manual or tried to use break function but no way it seemed .Course it can be solved via casio
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Posted 09 November 2013 - 07:29 PM

sorry İ did introduced right now :)

No i just wanted to know the capacity of the device.There are other equations that the solution is given and they ask you to find the variable in reverse

like E=((100.l.P)/(kqV^2)).f(w):f(w)=(1+12q) E=10 q=? I looked up the manual or tried to use break function but no way it seemed .Course it can be solved via casio
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Ah, ok. Yeah, I'm not sure that any casio calculators can do that. ;)




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