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How do I solve for 'k' if f/k=r? Am I multiplying both sides by 'k'?

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    k=f/r

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    How does the 'k' get moved to the other side? Am I multiplying 'k' to both sides?

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    Yes, you are multiplying k to both sides

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    The opposite of division is multiplication and since you want to get k by itself, you would multiply.

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    Thank you

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    You're welcome

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