t=t0+(frac{k}{2})w, for w

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t=t0+(k2)w, for w

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irwchh
Answered 2021-02-26 Author has 102 answers

We are given:
t=t0+(k2)w
Subtract t0 from both sides:
tt0=t0+(k2)wt0
tt0=(k2)w
Multiply both sides by 2k
(tt0)2k=(k2)w(2k)
2(tt0)k=w
w=2tt0k

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