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TheShermanTanker

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Ok, I know this may sound silly and I apologize for bringing in what should be a relatively easy equation. I'm trying to make the small a in the below equation the subject of the formula (That is, to push everything in the equation except a to one side of the equation and leave all the small letter a on the other side), but I'm getting stuck trying to do so halfway:

(Note: I'm trying to make the small letter a the subject of the formula, NOT the capital letter A's!)

PS: The small dots you see in the equation are multiplication operators. They just mean this multiplied by this

Would appreciate any help for this! :)

(Note: I'm trying to make the small letter a the subject of the formula, NOT the capital letter A's!)

PS: The small dots you see in the equation are multiplication operators. They just mean this multiplied by this

Would appreciate any help for this! :)

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