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A=1/2h (b1 + b2) for b2

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all it says is solve for the indicated variable. which appears to be b2
\[A=\frac{ 1 }{ 2h } (b1 + b2) \]
ok just to be clear i will multiply \[\frac{ 1 }{ 2h }\] by (b1+b2) we have A=b1/2h + b2/2h
ok, i am following you
to get rid of 2h on hte right side we multiply by 2h so >>> A(2h)=(2h)(b1/2h + b2/2h)
simplifying the equation we get>>>>> 2hA=b1+b2
are we clear??
yes, i am reading what u wrote right now
good
thanks
and finally 2hA-b1=b2.
thank you
your most welcome :)
try to think what operators you can use to get rid of fractions so you can simplify it.
ok. i will, thanks again

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