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What equation do you get when you solve v-m = v+nx for x

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    v - m = v + nx

    Subtract v from both sides.
    -m = nx
    Divide both sides by n.
    x = -m/n

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    Thank you for being so detailed. It helped to understand how to solve the problem.

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