Advanced Literal Equations

Students learn to solve for given variables in advanced formulas. For example, to solve for "e" in the equation 2h = d(e + f), first distribute the "d" on the right side to get 2h = de + df. Next, isolate the "e" term by subtracting "df" from both sides to get 2h - df = de. Finally, divide both sides by d to get (2h - df)/d = e.

FREE PRACTICE

COMPLETE LESSON

Advanced Literal Equations is one of thousands of math lessons at MathHelp.com.

JOIN NOW TO ACCESS OUR COMPLETE LESSONS

Video Examples
Guided Practice with Audio
Self Tests & Grade Reports
Worksheets, Notes, & More