The steps for solving equations with fractions are the same as for solving equations without. Where are you getting stuck?
Note: Since this "fraction" is of the form "divided by one", you can ignore the denominator and simply solve "R = x(A + B)" in the usual manner
Thanks, so now I have the equation "R=xa+xb". Should I divide both sides by x? If so, then I would have the equation "
= A+B" .
Then what? Would I then subtract "A" from both sides to get the equation
-A=B ? The only answer choices I have are:
B=(R-A)/x and B=(A-Rx)/x and B=(R-Ax)/x . I need to figure out Which equation would get me to the value of "B"