# Finding the unknown in an equation

Question asked by: rhian1984

Asked on: 27 Mar 2009

Simply multiply out the brackets through the equation and then re-arrange to solve to the solution for the value.

By: knowitall

Replied at: 05 Apr 2009

Rate Answer

**Comment or provide your answer to this question**

No comments have been added to this question "Finding the unknown in an equation".

**Ask a New Question**

Find out more about Maths

Maths Questions and Answers

maths school questions Questions and Answers

Next question: tangents and radius

**Become a Member! It's Free >>>**

**Share on Facebook:**
**On Twitter:**
Tweet this!
**Question Keywords**

equation finding **More Questions:**

Find Two Numbers Between 100 And 150 That Have An H.C.F Of 24

How To Find Out What Percentage One Number Is Of Another Number?

A Pond Has 10 Stones Arranged Equally Spaced In A Circle. A Frog Stands On A Start Stone And Jumps Onto Every 2nd Stone (missing 1 Stone)'how Many Circuits Are Made Before Returning To The Start Stone?
How Many Circuits Are Made If The Frog Jumps Onto

Maths

Find The Volume