Posted by **nayibe** on Friday, January 26, 2007 at 2:54pm.

I can't figure out this problem:

AX+BY=C SOLVE FOR Y

AX+BY=C SOLVE FOR Y

**subtract AX from both sides.
**

AX - AX + BY = C - AX

combine terms.

BY = C - AX

divide both sides by B

BY/B = (C-AX)/B

Y = (C-AX)/B

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