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Shido88

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Rearange this equation to isolate c

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  1. Shido88
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    |dw:1358803835304:dw|

  2. Shido88
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    i know the first step is divide by b but I'm stuck what to do next ?

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    @Mertsj

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    @Mertsj come here

  5. Mertsj
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    Then multiply both sides by the common denominator which is cd

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    |dw:1358799281945:dw|

  7. Mertsj
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    Add c to both sides and then factor out the c.

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    \[\frac{acd}{b}+c=d\]

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    \[c(\frac{ad}{b}+1)=d\]

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    \[c(\frac{ad+b}{b})=d\]

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    \[c=\frac{bd}{ad+b}\]

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