I need to rearrange 7(t+k)=p(t-4) to make t the subject, I get t=-(4p+7)/-p+7

 

However, this is not on my options list, the options are:

t=(-4-7)/(7-p)

t=(4p+7k)/(p-7)

t=(4+7k)/(7+p)

t=(-7k-4p)/(7-p)
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Let's see if you're right. 7t+7k=pt-4p; t(7-p)=-(4p+7k); t=-(4p+7k)/(7-p), which is the last option. This can also be written (4p+7k)/(p-7) which is the second option. In your answer what happened to k?

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Thanks, I worked it out 8 hours ago and forgot to take it down but thanks anyway :)

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