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Solve each formula for the indicated variable.

16.
Solution:
Take the lcd of the right side and add them.
The lcd is r1 r2 .
Therefore, =
Taking reciprocal, we get r =

21. For h

Solution:

We have to get rid of all the numbers and variables on the right side except h.
First multiply both sides by
v =
v = R2 h
Then ...

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