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posted by Jane

Solve for the variable h:
5r - 6h = m

Is it h = 5/6m +r

If not, please explain. Thanks

  1. Steve

    looks like you tried to take a short cut.

    5r - 6h = m
    5r - m = 6h
    h = (5r-m)/6

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