Q: How do you solve 19c plus 31 equal 26c minus 74?

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Subtract 19c from each side: 31 = 7c - 74Add 74 to each side: 105 = 7cDivide each side by 7: 15 = cCheck: Does 19 x 15 + 31 = 26 x 15 - 74?ie 285 + 31 = 390 - 74?ie 316 = 316? Yes, job done.

If the temperature was -25°C and rose 19°C, it would reach a temperature of -6°C. If it then fell 8°C, the final temperature would be -14°C.

I didn't - but the history of standard measurement units goes back centuries. The drive to make all countries uses the SI units for trade, science and engineering is very recent and continuing. A parallel development is that of standard screw-threads and fastenings dimensions, pioneered particularly by the 19C British engineer Sir Joseph Whitworth.

The equation for magnetic force is: F = q(v × B) Thus; F = (1.60 × 10 -19C)(3 × 106 m/s)(2 T) = 9.6 × 10-13 N F = ma a = F/m = (9.6 × 10-13 N)/(9.11 × 10-31 kg) = 1.05 × 1018 m/s2

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Subtract 19c from each side: 31 = 7c - 74Add 74 to each side: 105 = 7cDivide each side by 7: 15 = cCheck: Does 19 x 15 + 31 = 26 x 15 - 74?ie 285 + 31 = 390 - 74?ie 316 = 316? Yes, job done.

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