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Homework Help: Math Help

Posted by Steven on Thursday, June 22, 2006 at 11:09am.

How is this problem done? it's not coming out right for me.

solve for c: x = p(1/a + m/c)


cax=pc+ ma
c(ax-p)=ma
then divide by ax-p check my thinking.

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