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S = LW + WH + HL First, get all of the elements with H on one side. S  LW = WH + HL Then factor out the H: S  LW = H(W+L) Divide both sides by (W + L) (S  LW)/(W + L) = H. You're done!
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ofarrows Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.2
So your final answer should be \[\frac{ S  LW }{ W + L }\]
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Thank you so much!
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ofarrows Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.2
No problem! :) It's not a terribly difficult thing to do, although working with letter variables (or constants) instead of numbers is always more intimidating. Good luck with the rest of your math!
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