Q: What is S equals vt-16t2 and solve for v?

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x/r=v x=vr

v=39 sqrt(v-3)=6 v-3=62=36 v=36+3=39

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Well, V=s/tso, V/t = (s/t)/tor V/t = s/t * 1/tso, V/t= s/(t^2). It is equal to acceleration.

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v = -6

If v = r * h then> r = v / h

x/r=v x=vr

Solve S = 4v2 for v . -4(4-v)= -2(2v-1) v-16+4v = -2(2v-1) v-16+4v = -4v + 2 -16+5v = -4v + 2 5v = -4v + 18 9v = 18 v = 2

v is -15... -15*2 = -30... -30+11= -19.

v=39 sqrt(v-3)=6 v-3=62=36 v=36+3=39

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You can solve for resistance using the formula ( R = \frac{V^2}{P} ), where R is the resistance, V is the voltage, and P is the power. By rearranging the formula, you can solve for resistance by dividing the square of the voltage by the power.

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Well, V=s/tso, V/t = (s/t)/tor V/t = s/t * 1/tso, V/t= s/(t^2). It is equal to acceleration.