I solved (2x-8)/z=y, and got 2yz-8=x as an answer, which my teacher said was wrong. What would the right answer be then? What did I do wrong? Thanks!

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  1. Are you solving for x ?
    then multiply both sides by z
    2x- 8 = yz
    2x = yz + 8
    x = (yz + 8)/2

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