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solve; x=b-cd, for c

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  1. micahwood50
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    Isolate c.

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  2. vipul92
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    c=b-x/d

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    \[\Huge c = \frac{b - x}{d}\]

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  4. smile.im.here.
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    i got x+b/-d=c but that doesnt really make any sence to me

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    Can you show me your work so we can show you what mistakes you made?

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  6. smile.im.here.
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    |dw:1350159515399:dw|

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  7. smile.im.here.
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    ^^^^^@micahwood50

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    \[\frac{x - b}{-d} = c\] is correct. You can simplify it, though. You said the answer is x+b/-d=c, perhaps it a typo?

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    or im just realy stupid sometimes. i guess i thought it wud be a positive b because i divided by a -1. thank you @micahwood50

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    No problem. Glad I helped.

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