R rjbjr68 New member Joined Jul 21, 2005 Messages 1 Jul 21, 2005 #1 Can someone help me with this one? X,Y, & Z are known How do I rearrange to solve for "T"? X+(Y*T)+(Z*T)= T

Can someone help me with this one? X,Y, & Z are known How do I rearrange to solve for "T"? X+(Y*T)+(Z*T)= T

tkhunny Moderator Staff member Joined Apr 12, 2005 Messages 9,790 Jul 21, 2005 #2 rjbjr68 said: solve for "T" X+(Y*T)+(Z*T)= T Click to expand... Get everything with 'T' on one side. X = T - (Y*T) - (Z*T) Factor out the common 'T' from each term. X = T*(1 - Y - Z) Divide and you are done X/(1 - Y - Z) = T

rjbjr68 said: solve for "T" X+(Y*T)+(Z*T)= T Click to expand... Get everything with 'T' on one side. X = T - (Y*T) - (Z*T) Factor out the common 'T' from each term. X = T*(1 - Y - Z) Divide and you are done X/(1 - Y - Z) = T