Hi, I have been trying to get my head around simplifying equations and was doing ok until I met this one:
(a+bx)/cx=d+5 Im trying to solve for x and it's cx thats my brick wall. Would someone be kind enough to guid me through it please.?
Hi, I have been trying to get my head around simplifying equations and was doing ok until I met this one:
(a+bx)/cx=d+5 Im trying to solve for x and it's cx thats my brick wall. Would someone be kind enough to guid me through it please.?
Thx for such a prompt reply! I did actually get this far it's the expansion that's flooring me, how can it expand to cxd +5cx ? what am I doing wrong ?
Thx for such a prompt reply! I did actually get this far it's the expansion that's flooring me, how can it expand to cxd +5cx ? what am I doing wrong ?
That's exactly what you should get when you expand it, the term on the outside of the brackets is multiplied by every term inside the brackets.
Ah! thank you both so much. I see my error now I did actually get as far as subtracting bx in one of my attempts but failed to factorize and apply the operator logic to complete.