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Hello.I need to rearrange the following to make b the subject'
a = 10/b-z. Im getting confused with how to rearrange when theres division involved.

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    If a=c/(b-d)

    to get d to the numerator, multiply both sides by (b-d)

    a(b-d)=c (b-d)/(b-d)
    divide both sides by a..

    I assume you can use this example.

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