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Volume of right circular cone is V=1/3 (pi)r^2h if height is twice the radius express volume V as as a function of r.

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Rearranging equations for two particles

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apart is given by the equation below. Ke is a constant.

Rearrange this equation to make Ke the subject.

F = Ke Q1 Q2
r2

The answer should not include any brackets and should use super/sub script where necessary.

There should be a division line between the top and bottom line of the equation to the right of the = sign and the numbers following Both Q's should be subscript.But the number 2 following the r is superscript

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