When you look at the shape of the answers to the main puzzle questions on the Avogadro-Lussac equation, it is not hard to see why people are sometimes confused about how to work it out. The formulas for solving the equation are very simple. However, the shape of the answers to the multiple questions in the master version can be a little confusing.

The shape of the formula is a rectangle which is really easy to understand. It is actually a six sided polygon. These are also called rhombuses and they look like the arrow in a triangle. But instead of the triangle, there is a single point.

The numbers in the formula are the values of two vectors which are perpendicular to each other. These are the x and y coordinates of the end points of the two different vectors. Each of these has one side that is an equal length and the other side is the same length as the sides of the object containing the two vectors. This is why they are called two different vectors. They are both parallel but they are connected by a line that crosses the top of the equation.

The three equal dimensions of the answer are the origin of the new origin, the x and y of the new origin and the length of the new x and y origin. These three dimensions should all be measured, to be exact. If you are struggling with this then you might have to measure the x and y coords of the three origins. This means that you need to know the length of your X and Y axes if you are measuring them.

You can use any graph or two dimensional objects to measure these axes. This could be a table, a plane, an imaginary line, or any other object which can be placed across the axis of one of the axes. Then you can use a graphing program to convert this information into a spreadsheet which contains the x and y values.

You don’t need to be an engineer to figure out how to do this. Many people are using this method to measure angles. Using a model train to get an idea of how the angle should be.