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Solve for c.
A=-3(a=b-1/3c)

  • Algebra -

    There can be no = sign within parentheses. What did you really man to write?

    Also: Is the c meant to be in the denominator with the last 3?

  • Algebra -

    Since + is shift=, I'll guess it's supposed to be

    A = -3(a + b - 1/3 c)
    -A/3 = a + b - 1/3 c
    -(A/3 + a + b) = -c/3
    c = A + 3a + 3b

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