physics/algebra HELP!!!!
posted by Ned .
i am having so much trouble rearranging these equations! i know the answers to them but i don't understand how to get them..
The original equation is W= Q(BC)/C
what is B?
what is Q?
What is C?
B is supposed to be C(W+Q)/Q
Q is supposed to be WC/(BC)
and C is supposed to be QB/W+Q
pleaseee help!

I will do one.
c)
W=QB/C  Q
W+Q=QB/C
C=QB/(W+Q)
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