ex - fx = g + hx - k I am supposed to solve for X. This one is past my skill level, what can you guys come up with? Thanks!
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$\displaystyle ex - fx = g + hx - k$ $\displaystyle ex - fx - hx = g - k$ $\displaystyle x(\cdots)=g-k$ Have a go from here - finish the factoring in line #3 and see if you can finish.
x ( e - f - h ) = g - k divide both sides by ( e - f - h ) x = ( g - k ) / ( e - f - h ) Thanks, I think I understand now.
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