Posted by **Daniel** on Thursday, February 13, 2014 at 3:33pm.

Solve for x: h=(k/4)(x-3L)

Solve for B: v-6Bxk=7B

Solve for S: z+(1/7)sk=(1/6)yk^2

Solve for x: 3F=10hx+10hv+10xv

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**Steve**, Thursday, February 13, 2014 at 5:22pm
all these are basically the same, so I'll do one for you. If you get stuck on the others, come on back and show ehere you get stuck.

z+(1/7)sk = (1/6)yk^2

(1/7)sk = (1/6)yk^2-z

(k/7)s = (1/6)yk^2-z

s = (7/k)(1/6)yk^2-z

s = (7/6)yk - 7z/k

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