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Rearrange this equation to isolate c.

a=b((1/c)-(1-d))

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    a = b (-d-c)/cd

    Multiply cd times both sides then distribute the b.

    acd = -bd-bc

    add bc to both sides:

    acd+bc = -bd

    factor out the c

    c(ad+b) = -bd

    Divide both sides by (ad+b) to solve for c.

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