## Intermediate Algebra (6th Edition)

$g=\frac{W}{(h-3t^{2})}$
We are given that $W=gh-3gt^{2}$. To solve for g, first use the distributive property to pull g out of both terms on the right side. $W=(g\times h)-(3\times g\times t^{2})=g(h-3t^{2})$ Divide both sides by $(h-3t^{2})$. $g=\frac{W}{(h-3t^{2})}$