I was given an equation and asked to solve for C. I've been able to simplify it to

B(AC)=A-C

I can't seem to get any further. Can anyone offer some suggestions?

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- July 10th 2009, 06:08 AMvorsilvaPlease help. Trying to isolate a variable and I'm stuck.
I was given an equation and asked to solve for C. I've been able to simplify it to

B(AC)=A-C

I can't seem to get any further. Can anyone offer some suggestions? - July 10th 2009, 06:12 AMcolby2152
You need to break the variable out of the multiple term on the LHS...

Now, group the terms with C's on one side, and the terms without C's on the other side.

Factor out C on the LHS, and divide the equality by the other factor, and you will get your answer. Practice this with many other forms of multiples, divisions, additions, and subtractions. - July 10th 2009, 06:15 AMallyourbass2212
Would that be

Thanks Skeeter - July 10th 2009, 06:58 AMskeeter
- July 10th 2009, 12:10 PMcolby2152
- July 10th 2009, 12:14 PMUnenlightened
Edit: Seems question had already been answered but only the original post was showing up for me! Apols..