The subject is the unknown that we are trying to find out. The formula is the equation the unknown is found in. The subject of a formula can be changed by multiplying, dividing and changing the sides that the subject is on.

The subject is the unknown at the start of the statement before the =, the unknown that we are trying to find out. The formula is the equation where the unknown is found in

The subject of a formula can be changed by doing additions, subtraction, multiplication and division and changing the side that the subject is on.

The subject of the equation is the unknown before the = sign. The formula are the numbers after the = sign. The subject of a can be changed by performing the opposite operation on the subject

The subject is the unknown that is given to find out. The formula are the numbers on the second side. The subject can be changed by flipping over the equation or doing the opposite to get the unknown

The subject is the unknown factor in front (or at the left) of the "=" sign. We have to find out the value of that unknown. The formula is the variables on the other side of the equation and we have to solve them to find out the value of the subject. The formula can be changed by doing addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

The subject is the unknown, which is always from the left side of the equation, horizontally opposite of that of the other digits separated from them by an '=' sign.

The formula is the numerical digits horizontally opposite to that of the subject separated from the subject by an '=' sign.

The formula can by changed by means of these methods: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication & Division.

The subject is the unknown and is always from the left side of the equation, horizontally opposite of that of other unknowns/numbers and is seperated by an '=' sign.

The formula are the numbers that is from the right side of the equation(which is after the '=' sign.

The formula can be change by using the subtraction, addition multiplication and division.

The subject is the unknown which is usually placed at the left side. The formula is the equation that is on the opposite side of the unknown. The formula can be changed by simply using the four operations: '+', '-', 'x', '/'.

The subject would be an unknown that is usually on the left of the = sign. The formula, is usually the numbers on the right of the = sign. The formula can be changed by using Addition, Subtraction, division and multiplication

The subject is the unknown that we are trying to find out. The formula is the equation the unknown is found in.

ReplyDeleteThe subject of a formula can be changed by multiplying, dividing and changing the sides that the subject is on.

I learnt how to make change the subject from an equation. It was rather easy to understand video

ReplyDeleteSubject is anything of the left of the equation. The formular is change the side to be negative.

ReplyDeleteThe subject is the unknown at the start of the statement before the =, the unknown that we are trying to find out. The formula is the equation where the unknown is found in

ReplyDeleteThe subject of a formula can be changed by doing additions, subtraction, multiplication and division and changing the side that the subject is on.

The subject of the equation is the unknown before the = sign. The formula are the numbers after the = sign. The subject of a can be changed by performing the opposite operation on the subject

ReplyDeleteThe subject is the unknown that is given to find out. The formula are the numbers on the second side. The subject can be changed by flipping over the equation or doing the opposite to get the unknown

ReplyDeleteThe subject is the unknown at the start of the statement before the equal sign. The formula are the numbers after the equal sign.

ReplyDeleteThe subject of a formula can be changed by doing additions, subtraction, multiplication and division and changing the side that the subject is on.

~ The subject is the unknown that is from the left side of the equation(which is before the '=' sign.)

ReplyDelete~ The formula are the numbers that is from the right side of the equation(which is after the '=' sign.)

~ The formula can be change by using the addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

The subject is the unknown factor that is at the left side of the equation,which means it is at the left side of the "=" sign.

ReplyDeleteThe forumla is the numbers that are at the right side of the equation,so it means that it is at the right side of the "=" sign.

The formula can be changed by the following methods:Addition,Subtraction,Multiplication and Division.

The subject is the unknown factor in front (or at the left) of the "=" sign. We have to find out the value of that unknown. The formula is the variables on the other side of the equation and we have to solve them to find out the value of the subject. The formula can be changed by doing addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

ReplyDeleteThe subject is the unknown, which is always from the left side of the equation, horizontally opposite of that of the other digits separated from them by an '=' sign.

ReplyDeleteThe formula is the numerical digits horizontally opposite to that of the subject separated from the subject by an '=' sign.

The formula can by changed by means of these methods: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication & Division.

The subject of the unknown, which is usually on the left side of the equation and is separated from the other digits by a '=' sign.

ReplyDeleteThe formula is is the numerals that are on the right side of the '=' sign.

The formula can be changed by manipulating the formula with Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division.

The subject of the unknown is usually on the left side of the equation. It is separated from the other digits by a equal sign to express the subject.

ReplyDeleteThe formula on the right side of the equation describes the subject about its value.

The formula can be changed by manipulating the formula with Addition, Subtraction, factorising and expanding.

The subject is the unknown and is always from the left side of the equation, horizontally opposite of that of other unknowns/numbers and is seperated by an '=' sign.

ReplyDeleteThe formula are the numbers that is from the right side of the equation(which is after the '=' sign.

The formula can be change by using the subtraction, addition multiplication and division.

The subject is the single variable on the left hand side of the equation, before the '=' sign. For example, in the formula: x=v+c, 'x' is the subject.

ReplyDeleteThe formula are the numbers after the '=' signs. For example, in the formula: x=v+c, 'v+c' is the formula.

The formula can be changed using subtraction, division, multiplication and addition.

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ReplyDeleteThe subject is the unknown which is usually placed at the left side. The formula is the equation that is on the opposite side of the unknown. The formula can be changed by simply using the four operations: '+', '-', 'x', '/'.

ReplyDeleteThe subject would be an unknown that is usually on the left of the = sign. The formula, is usually the numbers on the right of the = sign. The formula can be changed by using Addition, Subtraction, division and multiplication

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