## Algebra 1

Solve, -ax + b$y^{2}$ = c , for b -ax + b$y^{2}$ = c 1. Move the -ax to the left side and it becomes +ax b$y^{2}$ = c + ax 2. Divide both sides by $y^{2}$. So the function becomes $b= \frac{c + ax}{y^{2}}$ Therefore the answer is $b= \frac{c + ax}{y^{2}}$ which is option C.