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Solve for a

a=\frac{bc}{3},b\neq 0

$a=3bc ,b =0$

Steps for Solving Linear Equation

\frac{3a}{b}=c

$b3a =c$

Multiply both sides of the equation by b.

Multiply both sides of the equation by $b$.

3a=cb

$3a=cb$

The equation is in standard form.

The equation is in standard form.

3a=bc

$3a=bc$

Divide both sides by 3.

Divide both sides by $3$.

\frac{3a}{3}=\frac{bc}{3}

$33a =3bc $

Dividing by 3 undoes the multiplication by 3.

Dividing by $3$ undoes the multiplication by $3$.

a=\frac{bc}{3}

$a=3bc $

Solve for b

\left\{\begin{matrix}b=\frac{3a}{c}\text{, }&a\neq 0\text{ and }c\neq 0\\b\neq 0\text{, }&c=0\text{ and }a=0\end{matrix}\right.

${b=c3a ,b =0, a =0andc =0c=0anda=0 $

Steps for Solving Linear Equation

\frac{3a}{b}=c

$b3a =c$

Variable b cannot be equal to 0 since division by zero is not defined. Multiply both sides of the equation by b.

Variable $b$ cannot be equal to $0$ since division by zero is not defined. Multiply both sides of the equation by $b$.

3a=cb

$3a=cb$

Swap sides so that all variable terms are on the left hand side.

Swap sides so that all variable terms are on the left hand side.

cb=3a

$cb=3a$

Divide both sides by c.

Divide both sides by $c$.

\frac{cb}{c}=\frac{3a}{c}

$ccb =c3a $

Dividing by c undoes the multiplication by c.

Dividing by $c$ undoes the multiplication by $c$.

b=\frac{3a}{c}

$b=c3a $

Variable b cannot be equal to 0.

Variable $b$ cannot be equal to $0$.

b=\frac{3a}{c}\text{, }b\neq 0

$b=c3a ,b =0$

Solve for c

c=\frac{3a}{b},b\neq 0

$c=b3a ,b =0$

Steps for Solving Linear Equation

\frac{3a}{b}=c

$b3a =c$

Multiply both sides of the equation by b.

Multiply both sides of the equation by $b$.

3a=cb

$3a=cb$

Swap sides so that all variable terms are on the left hand side.

Swap sides so that all variable terms are on the left hand side.

cb=3a

$cb=3a$

The equation is in standard form.

The equation is in standard form.

bc=3a

$bc=3a$

Divide both sides by b.

Divide both sides by $b$.

\frac{bc}{b}=\frac{3a}{b}

$bbc =b3a $

Dividing by b undoes the multiplication by b.

Dividing by $b$ undoes the multiplication by $b$.

c=\frac{3a}{b}

$c=b3a $

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3a=cb

Multiply both sides of the equation by b.

3a=bc

The equation is in standard form.

\frac{3a}{3}=\frac{bc}{3}

Divide both sides by 3.

a=\frac{bc}{3}

Dividing by 3 undoes the multiplication by 3.

3a=cb

Variable b cannot be equal to 0 since division by zero is not defined. Multiply both sides of the equation by b.

cb=3a

Swap sides so that all variable terms are on the left hand side.

\frac{cb}{c}=\frac{3a}{c}

Divide both sides by c.

b=\frac{3a}{c}

Dividing by c undoes the multiplication by c.

b=\frac{3a}{c}\text{, }b\neq 0

Variable b cannot be equal to 0.

3a=cb

Multiply both sides of the equation by b.

cb=3a

Swap sides so that all variable terms are on the left hand side.

bc=3a

The equation is in standard form.

\frac{bc}{b}=\frac{3a}{b}

Divide both sides by b.

c=\frac{3a}{b}

Dividing by b undoes the multiplication by b.

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