# Can anyone help me to solve this problem?

Rearrange the following expressions to make "a" the subject of these formula.

(1). s=ut+½at². (2). V² =u² +2as

These are the equation of motion.
The first ine is v=u+at
second is s=ut+1/2at^2
third one is v^2-u^2=2as.

if we solve second equation for a then it becomes
a= square root of 2(s-ut)/t^2
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These are the equation of motion.
The first ine is v=u+at
second is s=ut+1/2at^2
third one is v^2-u^2=2as.

if we solve second equation for a then it becomes
a= square root of 2(s-ut)/t^2
if you want to learn about it more then you can go to

I think 2 would be:
a= V²- u²/ 2s

and 1 would be:
a= (√2(s-ut))/ t

the square root is rooting the whole of 2(s-ut)

I'm not sure if this is correct but I tried :/
Hopefully its ok x

:O 15 years old and your doing this? This means you are really bright and smart, or you are stupid and making your self look dumb. :p haha jk, i really think it's the first one.

go to this website and type in your equation and it should give you the answer and an explanation (:

LOL! I dunno we learn this at school, and I'm most probably wrong but Ohhh well. And you are too kind :D

Hahaha, I went to college and I don't even know what the hell that is...

I don't take algebra1 or 2 I do regular math .