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Show the formula correctly being solved for the variable c.

W = (c + m +y)/z

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    Multiply both sides by Z, then subtract m and y.

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    These are my choices of answers:

    A. c = (wz)/(m+y)
    B. C = (Wz+Y)/m
    C. C = wz-m-y
    D. c = wz+y+m

    This is where I get confused. Do I bring the wz and put on the top of m+y?

    Please explain. Thank you so much.

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    wz = c + m + y

    If you subtract m and y from both sides, what do you get?

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