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How would we solve for q: 6n-5q/11t=6

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1. get all the q stuff on one side

-5q/11t = 6-6n

factor out the q

q(-5/11t) = 6(1-n)

divide by q's coefficient

q = 6(1-n) * 11t/-5
q = 66t(n-1)/5

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