A= 1/2bcd + bc show all steps

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solve for d

Oct 3rd, 2015

Hello!

d occurs only in one term, (1/2)*b*c*d. Let's isolate this term moving bc onto the other side of equation.

Formally, subtract bc from both sides:

A - b*c = (1/2)*b*c*d.

Now divide both sides by b*c and obtain

(A - bc)/(b*c) = (1/2)*d, or
A/(b*c) - 1 = (1/2)*d.

Finally, multiply by 2 and obtain

d = 2*(A - bc)/bc, or
d = 2*A/(b*c) - 2.

(use the form which you consider simpler)

Please ask if something is unclear.
Sep 18th, 2015

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