Learning Enhancement Team Worksheet: Rearranging Equations Transposing (or rearranging) equations is one of the most common mathematical skills you will use as a scientist. You can also solve equations with a single variable using identical methods. This worksheet offer a chance to practise these skills. Model answers to this sheet 1. Rearranging Equations study guide Solve the following equations (try rearranging the equations for x): a. 5x 8 b. 5x 3 8 c. x 8 5 d. 5x 3 8 e. 5x 8 f. 5x 3 8 2 g. 5x 8 4 h. 1 8 5x 2 i. 5 x 8x j. 1 1 5 x 8x 2. Transpose the following equations for the variable stated: a. C d for d b. c1v1 c2v 2 for v 2 c. F BQv for Q d. Q U pV for p e. Vp Vs Np for Ns Ns f. g. s h. KE i. s ut 21 a t 2 for a j. pV nR T for T k. a2 b2 c 2 for b l. sin for d d u v t 2 1 mv 2 2 a b for u for v for This worksheet is one of a series on mathematics produced by the Learning Enhancement Team. Scan the QR-code with a smartphone app for more resources.