Solve the following equation for x. bx/d = ce/f A. x = ce/bdf B. x = ced/bf C. x = bcde/f D. x = bce/df
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Originally Posted by MisterScary Solve the following equation for x. bx/d = ce/f A. x = ce/bdf B. x = ced/bf C. x = bcde/f D. x = bce/df Start by multiplying both sides by d.
$\displaystyle \displaystyle \frac{bx}{d} = \frac{ce}{f}$ Remember: What you do to one side you must do to the other. So what must you do to remove the d and b from the left hand side?
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