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Solve for the specified variable

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P=(R-C)/n for C
asked Oct 26, 2014 in ALGEBRA 2 by doan12345 Pupil

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The equation is P = (R - C)/n and solve for C.

Multiply each side by n.

P * n = [(R - C)/n] * n

P * n = R - C

Subtract R from each side.

Pn - R = R - C - R

Pn - R = - C

Multiply each side by negative one.

(Pn - R) * (-1) = (-C) * (-1)

R - Pn = C

The value of C = R - Pn.

answered Oct 26, 2014 by casacop Expert

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