Hey, I know how to solve equations with variables, but not when they involve fractions. I have a problem like this: R= I need to "Solve for B". How would I do that? Please reply as soon as possible.
Thanks, iceking
stapel_eliz wrote: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.
stapel_eliz wrote:Work with the algebra, and see which of the answer-options matches your answer. The only difference is one of formatting: they did the addition/subtraction to isolate the B-term first, whereas you went the (usually harder) route of doing the multiplication/division first.
But your answer does match one of the given options.