Q: How can you rewrite the equation p equals r - c?

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P= Momentum

An equation where p = 19

p = r - c r - c = p r - c - r = p - r -(-c) = -(p) c = -p

An equation where P = 1

If we're talking strictly algebra. 12 equals p of c can be written as: 12= p(c) meaning, 12 is the answer for some function p, when c is the variable.

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A little more info would be nice but as it stands your equation is 2L + C = P

P = Cx 'P' = the product 'C' = any integer

P= Momentum

An equation where p = 19

p = r - c r - c = p r - c - r = p - r -(-c) = -(p) c = -p

An equation where P = 1

momentum

If we're talking strictly algebra. 12 equals p of c can be written as: 12= p(c) meaning, 12 is the answer for some function p, when c is the variable.

It is a linear equation in a single variable, p.

It is a linear equation in one variable, p.

Take P to be the number of pigs and C to be the number of chickens. Because both anamals have a head, the sum of C and P is 143, or C + P = 143 Because a chicken contributes 2 legs and a pig contributes 4, C times 2 plus P times 4 equals the total number of legs, or 2C + 4P = 478 divide this equation by 2 to get C +2P = 239 Subtract the first equation from this one P = 96 plug this into the first equation C + 96 = 143 C = 47 96 Pigs and 47 chickens

8s=ps=p/8