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    (Algebra) Just shifting around an equation

    It's been way too long since I've done any algebra, so I'm hoping I can get a quick answer from you guys who are doing it every day.

    x = (r-(i/g)) * .25 * b

    I need to rewrite this in terms of b =

    Thanks for the quick advice.
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    b=x/((r-(i/g))*.25) ?

    That should not have taken 15 minutes.
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    b=\frac{4*g*x}{g*r-i}
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    Quote Originally Posted by anaphora View Post
    It's been way too long since I've done any algebra, so I'm hoping I can get a quick answer from you guys who are doing it every day.

    x = (r-(i/g)) * .25 * b

    I need to rewrite this in terms of b =

    Thanks for the quick advice.
    Take your username as a hint and repeat this until you get:

    b=\dfrac{4gx}{gr-i}
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