How do i get `3/(Vr^2)` from `1/(Vr^2(3)^2)`?

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How do i get `3/(Vr^2)` from `1/(Vr^2(3)^2)`?

Postby Integr88 » Wed 30 March, 2011 08:08

How do i get `3/(Vr^2)` from `1/(Vr^2(3)^2)`
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Re: How do i get `3/(Vr^2)` from `1/(Vr^2(3)^2)`?

Postby barnamah » Wed 30 March, 2011 08:14

it seems impossible to you get `3/(Vr^2)` from `1/(Vr^2(3)^2)`

First let's see how you question might look like
1) if your we assume your second part is `1/(Vr^2)3^2` then it would mean `1/(Vr^2)*3^2=1/(vr^2)*9=9/(vr^2)`

2) but the second part is `1/(Vr^(2)3^2` then it means `1/(9Vr^2)` and ever `3/(Vr^2)`

so your question should be posted again here.
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