## anonymous 5 years ago M=h/c-k solve the formula for c

1. anonymous

Multiply by (c-k) to get : $M={h \over c-k} \implies M(c-k)=h \implies Mc-Mk=h$ add Mk to both sides: $Mc=h+Mk$ divide both sides by M: $c={h+Mk \over M}$

2. anonymous

thank you

3. anonymous

you're welcome