More Lessons for GCSE Maths
Examples, videos, and solutions to help GCSE Maths students learn how to change the subject of the formula for simple and complex equations.
Algebra: Changing the Subject in an Equation or Formula
How to change the subject in an equation or formula using the balance method with algebra
Change subject rearrange formula
Change the subject of the formula(1)
An introduction to changing the subject of a formula. GCSE Topic.
Change the subject of the formula(2)
The video shows how the change the subject of the formula when the variable you want to isolate is on both sides.
Changing the subject of the formula(3)
The video explains how to change the subject of the formula in more complicated examples e.g. if the item you want to make the subject is on both sides of the equation, is in brackets and or is on the numerator and denominator of a fraction
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