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OpenStudy (anonymous):

How to solve a fraction when solving literal equations

OpenStudy (anonymous):

The problem is A = (B+K) over G, and it is a literal equation

OpenStudy (anonymous):

solving for K

OpenStudy (shadowfiend):

So you have: \[A = \frac{B + K}{G}\] Let's say the \(G\) and the \(B\) were numbers: \[A = \frac{2 + K}{3}\] How would you solve for K then?

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