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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Ax+By=C

OpenStudy (anonymous):

help

OpenStudy (mathteacher1729):

\[\mathcal{L}\{\dfrac{\mathbb{R}^n}{\mathbb{N}}\}\] I could be wrong though, are you using inverse laplace transforms or Fourier infinite series?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

No I am solving For X ...Equations

OpenStudy (mathteacher1729):

Oooh! :D That is significantly less complicated, then. :) \[Ax + By = C\] So A , B, and C are constants, and we can pretty much treat y as a constant as well. Step 1, subtract By from both sides. \[Ax = C - By\] Step 2 Divide both sides by A \[x = \dfrac{C-By}{A}\] Done. :)

OpenStudy (amistre64):

good ole subtract and divide ... yep

OpenStudy (anonymous):

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