anonymous
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Solve for A. BA + C = D A = D - B - C A = (D - C)/B A = (C - D)/B
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anonymous
  • anonymous
well a*b+c=d so do inverse operations to d to get a
anonymous
  • anonymous
mmmhhhmm i see.
anonymous
  • anonymous
for example if it was z/x+f=g to solve for z you would do z=(g-f)*x

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anonymous
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i think its the first on but im not sure im pretty sure i might be rong.
anonymous
  • anonymous
think about it whats the opposite of addition
anonymous
  • anonymous
subtractions
anonymous
  • anonymous
and whats the opposite of multiplacation
anonymous
  • anonymous
devision
anonymous
  • anonymous
since ur looking for a it has to be a=
anonymous
  • anonymous
then since u would add c last since this is inverse youd write a=d-c
anonymous
  • anonymous
then what is the opposite of multiplying by b
anonymous
  • anonymous
2 or b
anonymous
  • anonymous
A = (D - C)/B
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
np

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