(4n-6p)/p = pm/p for m

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Please note I just corrected a mistake in it.
What do u need to do?
Solve for m?

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Yes solve for M. Sorry for not responding.
\[\frac{ (4n-6p) }{ p }=\frac{ pm }{ p }\]\[p(\frac{ (4n-6p )}{ p })=(\frac{ p m }{ p })p\]\[4n-6p=p m\]\[\frac{(4n-6p) }{ p }=m\] There's your answer. Do you understand that?
From the 3rd step to the 4th step I divided the whole equation by p.
Yes, I think so. Just so you know the original problem was http://curriculum.kcdistancelearning.com/courses/ALG1x-FN-A08/a/exams/exam_E-Free_Response_Exam/img34.gif But I did what I could to simplify it, from when I asked it earlier and only got a partial response.
You put pm/p
But alright did you want me to solve this one for you or did you understand how to get it?
I understand it I think. It makes sense from the other concepts I've learned and been helped with in other questions. Is that still the answer for the original problem, in case I did something wrong originally?
Which problem? The one from the link or the one I just did?
What did you get for the problem you sent with the link? I'll check it for you.
The link. The link is the actual problem, from the beginning. But I tried to simplify it. I had asked this question with the original problem earlier, but people suddenly stopped responding without solving, so I took as far as they got and continued here. Maybe it's not correct.
Oh wait I don't have to actually. You still get the same answer as the problem I showed you. :)
Yay! Thank you SOOOO much!
Your welcome! :)

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