Maths
posted by Greg .
change so x is the subject
y=2/x
and
y=n/x
the minus is for the whole fraction
please show your working
thanks in advance :)

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Well, the way you phrased it now makes it so much easier ...
y = 2/x
multiply by x
xy = 2
divide by y
x = 2/y
do the same for the second part.
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