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Q: Suppose you're given the formula R s plus 2t. If you know that s is three times greater than t how could you rewrite the formula?

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I suppose you could add them all up, but here's the same formula written differently. Given two numbers A and B where B is greater than A, the sum of values between A and B inclusive is given by: (B + A)(B - A + 1)/2 57 x 44 = 2508 2508/2 = 1254

This is an integer - a whole number.I suppose you could divide it by 1 . . .

If by "then" you meant "than", then the answer could be a straight angle.

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You can rewrite the formula as R = 3t^2. Since s is three times greater than t, you can substitute 3t for s in the formula.

R = s + 2t; s = 3tR = 3t + 2tR = 5t

One possible prefix for "rewrite" could be "re-".

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How do you suppose we are going to do this.I suppose that would be easy to do.

I suppose you could. There's turkey bacon, so I suppose if you really wanted to you could.

You can use the MAX function. You could have the formula generating the value you want to test in one cell and then you the MAX function to choose between it and the fixed value. You could also have the formula generating the value built into the MAX. Say your generating formula is A2+B2 and is in cell C2 and your fixed value is 20, you could do this: =MAX(C2,20) You could also just put the formula into the MAX like this: =MAX(A2+B2,20)

Sr2+, 2[I]- I could not put the dots around the I that represents iodine because the computer does not allow me to, but there is suppose to be eight electrons around it

It could be 3 8/10 or 3 4/5 or 38/10

You can. I suppose I could, but I don't.