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**jmakoutz****Guest**

Ok.. Ive been out of college for awhile now and math was never my strongest suit so if someone can help I would greatly appreciate it.

(R-C) / C = P

I normally have R and C to get P, but now I would like to input P and C to get R.

Thanks

**ganesh****Moderator**- Registered: 2005-06-28
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(R-C) / C = P

R - C = PC

R = PC + C

R = C(P+1)

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**jmakoutz****Guest**

Thanks

**VR Hawks****Member**- Registered: 2005-11-26
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Just remember one simple thing: exchange symbols when places are exchanged.

So times(x) becomes divide(/), divide(/) becomes times(x), and plus(+) becomes minus(-), minus(-) becomes plus(+).

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