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Are we solving for a?
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Ok. So we have the equation.. 2ab+4=d We will first subtract the 4 on both sides.. 2ab+4=d 4 4  2ab=d4 Now that we have taken a small step in this process, we now have the new equation of.. 2ab=d4 Now, this step is a little tricky to figure out. Most people tend to divide one number or variable at a time. But notice that you can not divide again and again in this. Thus, we shall divide by two; 2b. 2ab=d4 2ab/2b=d4/2b a=d4/2b
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Most welcome!, Can you do me a favor by clicking the blue best response button for me?
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