Posted by **Pam** on Monday, April 16, 2007 at 1:27pm.

If 4X + Y =H, Then X is equal to?

4X + Y =H

Move Y to other side by subtracting Y from both sides.

4X + Y - Y = H - Y

Combine terms.

4X = H - Y

Now divide both sides by 4 to get 1X.

4X/4 = (H - Y)/4

X = (H-Y)4 or (1/4)(H-Y)

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