### Video Transcript

The final velocity of an object with uniform acceleration can be calculated using the formula π£ equals π’ plus ππ‘. Make π‘ the subject.

In order to make any variable the subject of a formula, we need to rearrange the formula so that that variable or letter is on its own. As we want to make π‘ the subject, we begin by subtracting π’ from both sides of the equation. On the left-hand side, weβre left with π£ minus π’. And on the right-hand side, weβre left with ππ‘ as the π’s cancel.

Our second step is to divide both sides of this new equation by π. The left-hand side of the equation becomes π£ minus π’ divided by π. On the right-hand side, ππ‘ divided by π is π‘ as the πs cancel.

We can therefore say that rearranging the formula π£ equals π’ plus ππ‘ to make π‘ the subject gives us π£ minus π’ divided by π.