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ryos
2006-01-15 13:21:11

This is a substitution problem. Since r=2v, you can plug that into p=r/4: p = 2v/4 = v/2.

P is "in terms of" v because it's by itself, and the only other variable in the equation is v.

gohil57
2006-01-15 13:04:46

I got a test in a few days so please help me

1) Given that p=r/4 and r=2v. find p in terms of v

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