In algebra, substitution involves replacing letters with numbers to calculate the value of an expression. A formula is a mathematical relationship connecting two or more quantities, such as , expressing F in terms of m and a.
Let’s look at some examples that involve substituting values into formulae and expressions.
Given that and , find the value of the expression .
Given that and , find the value of F using
Given that , , and , find the value of x using the quadratic formula.
Find the value of T in the formula when , , and
Find the value of S in the formula when , , and
Given that , , and , find the possible values of V using