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Solve for x

 

mx+nx=p 

 

HELP ME!!

knownhappyman68  Sep 19, 2017
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\(x=\frac{p}{m+n}\)

RedGlasses  Sep 19, 2017
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You can use grouping to isolate the variable in the equation \(mx+nx=p\)

 

\(mx+nx=p\) Let's factor out an x from both sides terms on the left hand side of the equation.
\(x(m+n)=p\) Divide by m+n on both sides.
\(x=\frac{p}{m+n}\)  
   


 

TheXSquaredFactor  Sep 19, 2017

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