## Intermediate Algebra for College Students (7th Edition)

$x = \dfrac{-By+C}{A}$
Add $-By$ to both sides to find: $Ax + By + (-By) = C + (-By) \\Ax = -By + C$ Divide both sides by $A$ to find: $\dfrac{Ax}{A} = \dfrac{-By+C}{A} \\x = \dfrac{-By+C}{A}$