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jgreen520 said:I was trying to understand why in the attached equations when they divided to get F_B alone it wasn't 2B.
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So if you hadjgreen520 said:So the part I'm curious about is why when you have 2 F_b's or say they were x's do you just factor them out. Normally once you have each variable on opposite sides of the equation you add them. So if you had 5 different x's on one side of the equation you would just factor them out and not add them?
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##x = y## has variables on opposite sides of the equation. You don't add the x and y here.jgreen520 said:So the part I am curious about is why when you have 2 F_b's or say they were x's do you just factor them out. Normally once you have each variable on opposite sides of the equation you add them. So if you had 5 different x's on one side of the equation you would just factor them out and not add them?
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