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Having trouble with formulas (Equations & Transpositions)Solve for A b = 1/2h (A + C) My first step is to minus C on both sides so I got b - C = 1/2h A then i flip the 1/2 to 2/1 so it's b - C = 2h A My second step is to divide both sides by 2h.. b-c/2h = A But in my text book it says the answer is A = 2b/h - C I don't get it, where did i go wrong? |

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$b = \dfrac{1}{2}h(a+c)$ multiply both sides by 2 ... $2b = h(a+c)$ divide both sides by $h$ ... $\dfrac{2b}{h}=a+c$ subtract $c$ from both sides ... $\dfrac{2b}{h}-c=a$ |

$b=\dfrac{1}{2}h(a+c)$ Use inverse operations and leave $a$ at one side- Here, $2$ is being divided, so multiply both sides by $2$ $2b=h(a+c)$ $h$ is being multiplied so divide both sides by $h$ $\dfrac{2b}{h}=(a+c)$ $c$ is being added so subtract $c$ from both sides $\dfrac{2b}{h}-c=a$ |

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