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what is formula

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  1. formuladu af-soomaali ahaan waa qaacido badanka lagu isticmaalo mathis waliba fasalka 6aad ilaa jaamacada.waxaana lagu isticmaalaa xisaabaha sida perimeter,radius,circumference iwm.qaacidooyinkana waxaa ka mida 2 byr kuma qori karo imika by da waxa kale ee looga isticmaalo waayo qoraalka mobilka kuma jirto.

  2. A formula is a mathematical expression that represents a relationship or calculation between different variables or values. It is used to perform specific calculations or derive a result based on given inputs. Formulas are commonly used in various fields, including mathematics, physics, chemistry, engineering, finance, and more.

    A formula typically consists of mathematical symbols, operators, variables, and constants. It follows a specific syntax and set of rules for performing calculations. Here are a few examples of formulas in different fields:

    1. Mathematics: The formula for calculating the area (A) of a circle is given by A = πr², where π is a mathematical constant (approximately 3.14159) and r represents the radius of the circle.

    2. Physics: The formula for calculating the force (F) exerted by an object is given by F = ma, where m represents the mass of the object and a represents its acceleration.

    3. Chemistry: The formula for calculating the number of moles (n) of a substance is given by n = m/M, where m represents the mass of the substance and M represents its molar mass.

    4. Finance: The formula for calculating the compound interest (A) on an investment is given by A = P(1 + r/n)^(nt), where P represents the principal amount, r represents the annual interest rate, n represents the number of times interest is compounded per year, and t represents the time period in years.

    These are just a few examples of formulas used in different disciplines. Formulas enable us to make calculations, solve problems, and understand the relationships between variables in various contexts. They provide a concise and standardized way to express mathematical or scientific concepts.

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