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30 September, 14:18

Solve for x and state any restrictions:


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  1. 30 September, 17:41
    Let us first write down the equation that is given and then go for solving it.

    cx - b = ax + d

    cx - ax = d + b

    x (c - a) = d + b

    x = (d + b) / (c - a)

    Only restriction is that a cannot be equal to c. The reason behind such a restriction is that if c and a becomes equal, then the denominator will become zero and the value of x will come down to zero.
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