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Q: In the equation s equals d divided by t what does d stand for?

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That's the equation.

I assume that the "speed" equation is velocity equals distance divided by time (v=d/t). To get 't' on the left side, we'll multiply both sides by 't': (vt=dt/t) and the two 't's on the right side cancel out (because t divided by t is 1): (vt=d). Now we move the v to the right side by dividing both sides by 'v': (vt/v=d/v). Just the 't's in the step before, now we have a v divided by a v on the left side, so they cancel out, and our final equation is time equals distance divided by velocity: t=d/v

d theta divided by 4.28 is not an equation or inequality: it is an expression. An expression cannot be solved.

If: df+10f = 3 Then: f(d+10) = 3 And: d = 3/f -10

D = M/V Density = Mass divided by Volume

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Solving for d: d = -4.7 satisfies the equation.

That's the equation.

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speed equals distance divided by time (S = d/t) speed equals distance divided by time (S = d/t) speed equals distance divided by time (S = d/t)

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Density (d) is Mass (m) divided by Volume (V):(it is depending from temperature, like 'volume' is)d = m / V

r+d/t

It is an equation containing 3 variables, D, d, and t.

I assume that the "speed" equation is velocity equals distance divided by time (v=d/t). To get 't' on the left side, we'll multiply both sides by 't': (vt=dt/t) and the two 't's on the right side cancel out (because t divided by t is 1): (vt=d). Now we move the v to the right side by dividing both sides by 'v': (vt/v=d/v). Just the 't's in the step before, now we have a v divided by a v on the left side, so they cancel out, and our final equation is time equals distance divided by velocity: t=d/v

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