You got it right so far and got through all what is difficult. You only need to factorise the x.
You know that:
Right? Well, do the same with x in your question, I'm sure you'll get it easily
Greetings,
I have been banging my head against a wall trying to understand how-to make 'x' the subject of the following equation:
y = (w + x) / (x - 2)
I can't figure out how to make it appear as it does on the mock exam.
So far, I have the following steps:
y(x - 2) = w + x
xy - 2y = w + x
xy - x = w + 2y
And it's here where I get stuck. I just can't get my head around getting 'x' on its own.
Can someone please assist me?
Regards,
Mike.