Solving for a variable in terms of other variables involves rearranging an equation to express one variable by itself, with the rest of the variables on the opposite side. For example, in \( P = 4s \), solving for \( s \) in terms of \( P \) gives `s = \frac{P}{4}`. This process clarifies how one variable depends on others, crucial for understanding relationships and making calculations in mathematics.

Algebra 2

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