anonymous
  • anonymous
Solve C = AB + D for B.
Pre-Algebra
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anonymous
  • anonymous
you have to get by on its own. Any idea how? where to start?
anonymous
  • anonymous
nop
anonymous
  • anonymous
i'd start by subtracting d and putting it on the other side

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anonymous
  • anonymous
then proceed to divide the whole thing by a
anonymous
  • anonymous
that should get you b on its own
Mehek14
  • Mehek14
you want to isolate B \(C=AB+D\) first step would be to get rid of D it is +D so the opposite is -D \(C-D=AB\) Next divide A since AB is A*B and you need the opposite \(\dfrac{C-D}{A}=B\)
mm3591
  • mm3591
subtract d from both sides, then divide by a, it should look like this \[\frac{ C-D }{ A }=B\] Hope this helped
anonymous
  • anonymous
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vheah
  • vheah
C = AB + D 1) Subtract D on both sides to leave AB alone because the goal is to get B: C-D=AB 2) Divide A since it is being multiplied to B on both sides to cancel A on the right where the AB is. (C-D)/A = B B= C-D/A

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