# Writing Formulas and Substituting in a Formula

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8.1Writing Formulas and Substituting in a Formula

In this Math video tutorial on Formulas we look into the field of Writing Formulas and Substituting in a Formula and cover the following points:

• What is a mathematical sentence?
• What are mathematical operators?
• Where does a mathematical sentence differ from a wordy sentence?
• What are formulas? Why do we use them?
• How to write a formula? What do we call its components?
• What types of variables are there in a formula?
• How to substitute the variables in a formula?
• What is the procedure used when solving an exercise containing formulas?
• How to convert wordy problems into formulas and vice-versa?
• How to find the inverse formula when the original formula is known?

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