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How do you do y=x-v/b

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for what variable?
For x
Is the equation \[\Large y = \frac{x-v}{b}\] OR \[\Large y = x-\frac{v}{b}\] ??

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your first step is to multiply both sides by 'b'
what do you get when you do this?
But i thought you cant multiply a different variable with another
you can, there's no rule that says you can't
x times y is just xy (sure we can't find the numeric value of that, but we can just say it's xy)
Im confused, so like you multiply b by x and b by v?
you just multiply both sides by 'b' to get \[\Large y = \frac{x-v}{b}\] \[\Large yb = x-v\] what's next?
oh, um i really don't know, my teacher didn't really explain this to us. Don't you just leave the problem like that since you cant do anything else?
no, you can add 'v' to both sides and this completely isolates x
\[\Large yb = x-v\] \[\Large yb+v = x-v+v\] \[\Large yb+v = x\] \[\Large x = yb+v\]
and now you're done
Ohhhh, Thank you very much that was helpful
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