Formulas Tutorials and Revision Guides

In this set of Math Tutorials we cover Formulas in details with clear guides, Formulas formulas and working examples. Each tutorial includes example questions, a revision guide and supporting Formulas calculators

We also provide online Formulas Calculators which allow you to calculate specific Formulas formula in support of the tutorials or to check and verify your own calculations in support of your Formulas homework, math coursework or to help you improve your own understanding so it is easier to teach your children Formulas.

Formulas Learning Material and Formulas Study Aide
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8.1Writing Formulas and Substituting in a Formula
8.2Types of Formulas. Rearranging Formulas
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Formulas Tutorials Snapshot

This is a short chapter that focuses on formulas as an important element of mathematics in particular and science in general. The first tutorial begins with the definition of mathematical sentences and their difference from wordy sentences. Comparison operators are briefly discussed in order to give a clearer idea of formulas - the next concept explained after mathematical sentences. The difference of independent and dependent variables in a formula points out better through solved examples. In addition, you will learn how to express various events in a shorter way by using formulas, how to substitute in a formula and how to find the inverse formula when the dependent variable is known and the problem requires calculating the value of any independent variable.

The second (and last) tutorial of this chapter focuses on various types of formulas such as the formulas used in algebra, geometry, physics, Excel, chemistry, the banking sector and engineering. All types of formulas are illustrated with solved examples. Another thing we explain in this guide regards rearranging formulas, as in the case of the inverse formula discussed in the previous tutorial.

Formulas Calculators

The following Math Calculators are provided in support of the Formulas tutorials.