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Hi how do you rearrange this equation to make x the subject

x/x+c = x/p

*these are fractions
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wait is that meant to say

xp/(x+c)=q
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What is the equation you have just given a fraction
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(Original post by Moshah7)
Hi how do you rearrange this equation to make x the subject

x/x+c = x/p

*these are fractions
How much have you been able to do so far?
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(c+1)p = x or am I missing something?
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Since you aren't replying:

First I think you cross multiply to get
px=x^2+cx
then you do
px-cx=x^2
x(p-c)=x^2
p-c=x
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BASCIALLY:
x/x+3 = x/p

The / is the fraction line and you have to make x the subject
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