# SOLUTION: b+k ---= t solve for k j i know you have to get k by itself but i only got it down to bj+kj=jt, kj=-bj+jt so would it be k=-b+t?? i dont know if i did it right

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Equations Question 466792: b+k ---= t solve for k j i know you have to get k by itself but i only got it down to bj+kj=jt, kj=-bj+jt so would it be k=-b+t?? i dont know if i did it rightAnswer by Alan3354(30983)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!I think you mean (b+k)/j = t Multiply by j b+k = jt Subtract b k = jt - b ------------