Hi,
I have an equation that I am trying to manipulate for a website project i am working on, but my high school maths is letting me down.
I am trying to get X on its own.
This is how far I have got ;
M*C = (X/V)-O-((X*0.119)+0.2)
(M*C)+O = (X/V)-((X*0.119)+0.2)
(M*C)+O = (X/V)-(X*0.119)-0.2
(M*C)+O+0.2 = (X/V)-(X*0.119)
Any help/pointers will be greatly appreciated!
Thanks!
Robin.
See my edited post. You were correct and I was incorrect regarding the sign of the 0.2. Yes, you would divide through by the (1/V-0.119) as you did, to find X. Note that V cannot equal 1/0.119, or else that denominator would be zero.