My working :
$\displaystyle y(x+b) = x-a$
$\displaystyle yx + yb = x-a$
$\displaystyle yx - x = -a - yb$
$\displaystyle x(y-1) = -a - yb$
Answer $\displaystyle x = (-a - yb)/(y-1)$
Do I need to further simplify?
Thanks for the help
My working :
$\displaystyle y(x+b) = x-a$
$\displaystyle yx + yb = x-a$
$\displaystyle yx - x = -a - yb$
$\displaystyle x(y-1) = -a - yb$
Answer $\displaystyle x = (-a - yb)/(y-1)$
Do I need to further simplify?
Thanks for the help