# Rearranged equations

## Re: Rearranged equations

I think I got that now thanks!

Zhong Li

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## Re: Rearranged equations

I was referring to equations in the analysis section. All relevant equations (i.e. equations you use for graphs, etc.) should be derived in the theory. However, when you find the slope for part 2, for example, you don't need to show the rearrangement steps for the quantity of interest, since that is the first line of your calculation anyways.

MattChequers

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## Re: Rearranged equations

Do you mean that if we rearrange and combine equation 2 in the manual and the equation a=r* (angular accleration) to get the formula for the graph in the first experiment, we don't need to write the rearrangement of each equation explictly and then show how we get that formula?

Zhong Li

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## Re: Rearranged equations

I assume you are talking about slope and intercept calculations? I don't feel there is a need to show the rearrangement. The formula will be the first line of your analysis calculation anyways.

MattChequers

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## Equations from the lab manual

To better phrase the question: If we rearranged the equations from the outline for use in calculating values, should the rearranged forms of the equations be put in the introduction or the analysis section of our formal lab?

11cnc

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## Re: Rearranged equations

Which equations do you mean?

MattChequers

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## Rearranged equations

Hello! If equations were rearranged to do the calculations for a lab, do we put the rearrangement in the introduction or analysis in the formal lab? Thank you in advance for your help!

11cnc

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