MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# Lisa swims laps during swim practice. Her coach tells her to swim a certain number of meters (total) each week. Here's a formula for this scenario: p= t/nt= total number of meters p= length of a lap (in meters)n= number of laps Lisa swims Lisa wants to know how many laps she must swim to meet her goal. Rewrite the formula to determine the number of laps (not a multiple choice, you don't have to show work) someone please help!

Accepted Solution

A:

For this case we have the following equation:

p = t / n

Where, the variables are:

t = total number of meters

p = length of a lap (in meters)

n = number of laps Lisa swims

Therefore, by clearing n we have:

n = t / p

Answer:

the formula to determine the number of laps is:

n = t / p

p = t / n

Where, the variables are:

t = total number of meters

p = length of a lap (in meters)

n = number of laps Lisa swims

Therefore, by clearing n we have:

n = t / p

Answer:

the formula to determine the number of laps is:

n = t / p